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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 ...
... creativity was incredible, and it was fun trying to identify the various components of the boats. There were pieces of leis, toothpicks, bar coasters, menus, corks, garbage bags, and other assorted bits that we recognized. The winners were a team from Canada, yahoo!
Every night we went to the show room for the evening entertainment. There were singers, dancers, a comedian, a pianist, and violinists. Thankfully I avoided becoming part of the entertainment.
Next stop, ...
... and spectacular scenery. We stopped briefly at a high point on the road to look down on the blue waters along the coast and take some pics of the mountains marching away into the haze perhaps 100 kms away. A good watch for rattlers is needed in these locations too! Stunning view though.
From there it was downhill again to sea level as the road ran north along the coastline passing the first of the several big holiday property developments that are springing up over much ...
... the Mexico bus timetable of ‘it will arrive in around 30 minutes, maybe more, maybe less’ you will be pleasantly surprised how easy it is to get around. Our main challenge now is getting the hang of speaking in Spanish. Kelly is pretty confident and will give it a go, however my lame efforts consist of a smile and a game of charades.
Our first stop was the town of Rosarito, a gorgeous little beach town, popular with Americans at ...