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This was the beginning of my first ever trip to Mexico. The staff were very helpful, even calling a cab for me on the morning I left.
I would stay here again if I was in Ensenada. The people that run the hostel are lovely.
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... restaurant called the Guadalajara.We ordered up some taco's and had a great time trying to fit all the ingredients into the freshly made tortillas.
Some local musicians came in and gave the crowd a little lunch time entertainment.
Then headed back for a little more rum and a late night soak in the hot tub.
... myself to everyone lol Im so anxious to start to meet more people! Im all unpacked now, with all my pictures and everything. Mikayla...i opened your package and OH MY GOSH , your drawing is amazing!!!! Thank you so so much!! Emily and I figured out a way to not feel as sick in our room...breathe with the flow of the waves...it actually works. So, i think ill try and do that now until i fall asleep.
... of the boat too much. We attended more presentations from Kainoa about Hawaii, cowboys, leis, and pineapples. We attended other presentations given by guest lecturers about the history of Hawaii and later in the cruise, the history of Mexico.
We also went on a tour of the galley. The Veendam chefs prepare food for about 1200 passengers and 540 crew members every day. Every week they use 10,200 lbs of meat and seafood, 13,500 eggs, and 200 gallons of ice cream, just ...
... interest is the steel church standing in the centre of town originally thought to have been designed by A.G. Eiffel – he of the better known Parisian tower – and which was shipped out around Cape Horn to Mexico from France in bits and reassembled here. Some
academics now think this may not be entirely true but it’s a unique building for all that with its latticed steel interior beams and sheet steel outer covering. We didn’t stay in Santa Rosalia and ...
... being the Ilsa de la Guarda, which is some 50km long. There's a lot of deep water around and at one stage we were just 400-500m from shore and had over 600' of water under the keel.
Our fishing trip started early when we launched the boat and caught a few bait fish a few hundred metres off the boatramp. It was here we had a whale shark swim under the boat - he was only a small one, about 25' long - and he vanished as quickly and as silently ...