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... situation.All I can say is thank goodness for the large rubber bungees we had bought in La Paz on one of our Ferreterria visits and of course Captain Tony's engineering skills. We booked into the nearest marina that night and motored trepidly the next morning.A bonus is that we are in a pretty town ,have met some old friends (Linda and Darrell, s/y Princess Erica),the sun is shining and today we found a welder in the back streets.Ramses (yes,really) is coming ...
... in my direction.
Quotes of the day included: attends, and adult tenas
To help with digestion we went for a walk to the beach and found a truck trunk donut truck as we made our way home. Sara and I couldn't resist, while the other two headed to get their favourite hot chirros!
Returning home to our bungalow was a relief, as my bed was calling for a calm, restful and night of pleasant dreams! ...
... she would rather forget the experience. I got Jen's horse this time; Diamonte, small and as my daughter had alluded to; really not into the riding on the beach thing. Dois rode the big one; WinniePoo (seriously?). Our guide was the typical mexican rancher type; hand made leather sandles, ragged dirty pants and shirt and of course; a greasy straw sombrero pushed back on his head. He was nice enough, quiet, humble, and very polite and he carried ...
... were sitting beachside and sipping cocktails ornamented with tropical trappings.
“Allow me, Seņor.” A man named Domingo came rushing up with beach chairs and umbrellas. Everything seemed perfect as we soaked up the sun, that was, until the vendors saw fresh meat. Every five minutes or so, different vendors dressed in loose, white shirts and white pants would approach us with jewelry, sarongs, hats, sunglasses, woven goods, ...
... work and jumped right in to digging a hole for a concrete base.
It wasn't long before the years of sitting behind a desk caught up - sweat was pouring off of me and I wasn't really working that hard! A water and photo break was greatly appreciated.
When it was time to start up again, I paired up with a local who seemed to want to work at about the ...
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