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... N26 38.255 W111 49.904) a lovely spot consisting of a wide spit of sand with beach on both sides, an island at the end of the spit to which one could walk wading through the high tide along the spit, and some basic palapas or shelters into which to tuck oneself from the usual north and chilly wind. Apart from a couple of “Leaning Tower of Pisa” long drops that was it. No water, so one had to bring in one’s own supply as we do. We carry drinking water in our 35l ...
We arrived in Ensenada today. Our tour was at 9:45 so we met the girls for breakfast at 9:00 in Beach Blanket. Then we headed to Diversions to meet for the excursion.
We boarded a bus and took a brief tour of the city before driving to the restaurant where we were going to learn to prepare Mexican food and eat it.
When we sat down, we had molajetes with a whole tomato, some onion, a chili pepper, cilantro, lime, and avocado. ...
... of the border or even a Mexican official! Needless to say the US$300 we had paid on entry into Mexico and which was supposedly redeemable when you handed in the sticker at the Mexican border looks like a lost cause! After queuing for hours in one of 24 lanes of traffic we weren't about to go back to find someone ... even if we could!
We met Robert on the other side of the border and found our way to a Koa Kamground in nearby San Diego. At ...
Today we stayed around the camp- training day! We ate breakfast, did devotionals, played several awesome games, had a water balloon war, then ate lunch. After lunch, we learned some dramas (one of which was played out at Friend's Church Easter Service, "Everything"), then it was a spaghetti dinner.
For the main session of the night, they had us think ...
... and pharmacies selling all those drugs (heavy emphasis on Viagra and Cialis) you need a prescription for in the U.S. but are over-the-counter in Mexico, everything a ship full of gringos could desire as they run amok in a Mexican town. But on my April Monday morning in Ensenada there were sadly no cruise ships in port, so I didn't get to see "Your Cruise Director" Julie McCoy and her entourage.
To me the most interesting sight in Ensenada ...