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... t exist in the rural areas here and most families either rely on tapping a rain water source above them in the hills and piping it downhill or maybe on a nearby well. Even so they still often have to pump it to a header tank on or near their house to gain some delivery pressure. That assumes they have either electricity (which most do not) to power a pump, or they pump it up from below ground by hand. And we just take water, hot and cold on demand, as the norm. How spoilt we are! And ...
... town crammed between the red raw rock of the mountains - the Sierra de San Boria - behind it and the beach and bay of the same name. It is a small dusty town of about a couple of thousand locals who rely on the tourist and fisherman for a living. Most of the roads are dirt and dust covers most things. There's plenty of hotels and motels and a few camp grounds with a lot of old RV parks in different states of disrepair.
Found our way thru' town ...
... Tour" of Ensenada through Carnival. We left the ship a little after 9:15 am and met our group to wait in line for about 15 minutes before boarding our bus.
We made three stops. Our first stop was at Riviera Del Pacifico, a glamorous resort and casino during the roaring 20s renowned for its Mexican architecture and famous clientele (Al Capone, etc). We listened to an interesting, short lecture about the history of Mexico and ...
... higher tide…glassy and reeling all the way down the point
-sea lions were everywhere and more people were out…Timmy Reyes and Josh Kerr
-Bubba bar guy
-Atalita’s and the corn tortilla jokes were always subjects worthy of a good laugh
-Elly sliced his foot, Teddy stepped on an urchin, and Hunter ...
... and after 2 margaritas at lunch we were all very happy and ready to buy anything. Must have been on the boat too long as I was swaying in a few of the shops (before the margaritas).
In the Mexican pharmacies you can purchase practically anything over the counter. Viagra appears to be very popular as it is advertised ...