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25 days in Mexico, so far
23 days in Nopolo
2 visits to the neighbouring neighbourhood; other days spent in my own 'hood. (wow)
I feel no need to run about, anywhere, for anything.
7 trips outside my village, but only to the closest town, 15 kilometres away.
1 trip back and forth, three times, on the very same 9-kilometre stretch of road, trying to find the dirt track that I knew led to a particular jewel of a place (I guess ...
... front of me, no one beside me, but room enough on the ridge to put one foot forward and lower ball of foot to spine of the mountain. Walk on. In the dream, I walked three steps and then the ocean covered the ridge. I walked another step with the water at shin level. Then the ridge fell away. Nothing but unfathomably deep ocean. The ocean engulfed me, leaving me with but one action. Swim.
And so it is, here. I am in a new ocean. Swimming muscle enough to be fine. Unafraid.
... the sheerness as they rise from the Sea of Cortez. Loreto was once the capital of Baja. The historic city has an historic mission and government presence going back to 1647. A storm decimated the city and forced to government move of the capital to La Paz where the harbor was safer. The Mission has been active for 366 years. Impressive!
Paul and Kate, Cory and Ryane are waiting patiently as we pull up to the airport. Believe it or not highway construction ...
... Chilli Reyano. I am not used to eating big meals, and usually only have one a day due to sitting on a bike all day, so I feel stuffed !! Really hot walk back and back into the pool to cool off. Sitting outside typing this.
Tomorrow, in the Sea of Cortez....after buying flipflops as I lost mine ...
... a rip off and probably more expensive than using a local bank
teller who would only charge one lot of commission I think. But then ATMs are way quicker and more convenient than standing in bank queues.
We shopped at the big Mega supermarket in town and parked on the nice beachfront to walk along the beach to stretch our legs. There were lots of Americans there (Mazatlan is quite close to the US and offers warm winter weather). Many of the US expats there appeared ...