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... restaurant of the same name in Guerrero Negro to wait for them there. The site is more suited to big RVs than little camper setups like ours but they had hot showers and wifi and the attraction which we could not resist - perhaps the best restaurant in much of the Baja California! Whilst at the RV park behind the restaurant waiting for the others to arrive next day a monster orange coloured “sleeper” bus run by Rotel Tours in Germany pulled in and disgorged about 20 ...
... and said it was 'mas y menos' He has grinned at me ever since.Venus also explained more clearly that the film was about 'sex in public places''..
Tony has just come back from a shop where the guy informed everyone he (Tony ).knew the queen,as he's English. I love the fascination Mexicans have with people and simple exchanges ,just as John Steinbeck mentions in his book (Log from the Sea of Cortez, 1949)
Yesterday, we took the dinghy to the bank (not literally) ...
... Why do they let themselves turn into fatties like this? It’s sad and they are downright ugly as a result.
We headed down to the ferry after eating our lunch rolls on the beach and drawing more cash as we were not sure where we can get Pesos on the Baja. We filled the car’s tanks as diesel over there was likely to be more than on mainland.
Arriving at the ferry terminal at what we thought was 2 hours ahead of 4pm sailing time we discovered that ...
Despite endless episodes of Glee in Spanish as the in-travel
entertainment, the 12 hour bus journey from Ensenada to Sur Baja was not too painful and we arrived in San Ignacio in
one piece. We stayed in a gorgeous B&B owned by a Canadian couple who rent
out 'yerts', which are kind of like circular wigwams/tents! Very cool.
As we move further away from America, we realise that our
... given where we were, unsurprisingly, the vast majority sold seafood, which we cannot eat), and, most excitingly, there were TWO branches of OXXO so we could continue our nightly big kids "fix" of their delicious hot chocolate (we shared the pleasure one night by buying one for the young man on night watch at the hostel - there was a special on that night so we each got a pastry included in the price :-)
Our laundry afternoon experience was a really amusing one - we ...