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... it on another day. After yet another fantastic meal, we go past the clubs and marina to see if it's going off being a Saturday night, but it's yet another night of banging music and empty clubs so back to the hotel with some lollies and a hoping for an English movie on tv as Leesh isn't feeling too great. Expendables is on, yep early night it is. Adios. P.s. Leesh discovered why the toilet wasn't working, the tap was not turned on for automatic refill - wow we are silly ...
... s laptop doesnt have a cd drive I cant upload for awhile. We got to hug and kiss the dolphin and also hold onto their fins as they cruise us through the water and we also got to do the foot push which is where the dolphins push your feet until you are literally standing straight and flying above the water before doing an epic face plant hahhaa.
Then Ken took me to dinner for my supposed graduation celebrations....and I will now leave it at that hehehe
By 0730 we were tied up in our slip. We all got to work straightening up the boat, getting showers and doing laundry. The rain eventually ended. We spent a bit of time exploring the locale and at about 1600 Jim and Brian’s spouses showed up. They all met at the fancy shmancy resort where they had booked a suite for the next 5 days.
That night was the second to last Cabo based event of the Ha-Ha. It was a wild party at a ...
... sea. I think this day was probably the highlight of our trip for me. We paid $550 pesos which is roughly 25/30 pounds for our unforgettable 4 hour trip to Isla Espiritu Santo.
There was just the 4 of us and our guide on our little lancho boat and as we made our way to the Island, nature lady Rosie, who always spots things, saw some dolphins. The first wild dolphins that I have seen in Mexico and ...
... sailed past Divorce Beach… Divorce Beach is the place where the Sea of Cortez meets the Pacific Ocean and it can look absolutely calm and beautiful to swim in… and despite the HUGE warning signs EVERYWHERE for people to NOT swim.. people get in… and an undertow will take them away or huge waves will come crashing-in with no notice whatsoever… and people drown there… pretty much every month. Interesting choice of names for beaches, huh?