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... y 5 puentes colgantes conceptuales a lo largo de la montaña , cada uno con un reto diferente—vistas panorámicas todo el trayecto.
Despues de este agradable viaje nos dirigimos hacia Ensenada, a comer mas Empanadas Argentinas.
Por la noche,mis amigos Jorge y Terri nos ofrecieron una gran cena—un azadito Argentino—; chorizos, pollo y vegetales a la parrilla—muy deliciosos yam, ...
... An hour later up comes a tow truck. It was a good distance back to the junk yard which here is really the parts store. Didn't have the part so they asked around without luck and called in a part from Tijuana. It took a week to finally get the part and fix it with me living in my jacked up truck in the junk yard and hanging out with the mechanics. Nice ...
... into the sand a bit! There were hundreds of pelicans and cormorants diving for fish just off the shore and not a sinner with a fishing rod! It made a perfect running track when the tide went out, perfect to inspire a new song, to catch up on some reading and basically take a bit of time to not do a thing except be. The sun was warm durin the day, the water (apart from the springs) freezing. It was a little slice of paradise. We ...
... sunshine, the beach and the grand surroundings of mountains and blue sea. Maybe due to increasing competition from privately run RV sites that set up later it found it was perhaps not in quite the best spot or couldn’t
match the facilities of the other places so slowly went belly up until the government guys said that’s it, shut the doors. We wonder who the last group were to stay there as paying customers and when that was. By the looks of the sad remains it must ...
... made salsa Mexicana with all but the avocado and then we mashed the avocado and added it to the salsa to make guacamole. It was delicious.
Our next dish was chicken enchiladas with tomatillo sauce. Followed by tostados with beans and shredded beef.
We all enjoyed our lunch experience, even Kelsie who didn't want to go on the tour.
After lunch we walked along the main shopping plaza and did a little shopping for ...