Best Western El Cid
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the gall to ask what time we would get back on the bus as he couldn’t hear the guide. No you fool, none of us could hear her because you feel you should talk at every waking opportunity !! In the meantime, his wife was hacking from time to time - great … she better not pass her germs on to me !
Once through Ensenada and the next couple of towns, we were in the country where lots of vegetables are grown - 20% for local shops and 80% exported ...
... and leave me for another guy and then another one after that? What are they looking for?” etc etc. Our conversation took a more toned-down turn after his mini rant and I found out that he’s a musician from Guyana (with a Caribbean accent pronouncing things like "three” as “tree”) and was actually a really awesome guy to talk to while waiting in the long signoff line. He has a fiancÚ back home who he ...
... at all 5 wheels. Stopped at the Oxxo for Penguinos and a real sugar Coke. The breakfast of Champions de Baja Carterra.
The climb up the ridge above Santa Rosalito is not as hairy as the drop down. Still, glad that there was no traffic on the hair pins. We get to the top and see that the Tres Virgines are still asleep. The cold volcano is nestled in clouds. Baja Sur sees rain today.
Over the high plain we drop into Santa Ignacio, we cut through town ...
... We gotta pay that forward now!"
Kim* joined us in the restaurant and we all headed out to shop and walk around. I bought two wooden slingshots for Mike and I to play with (we're such kids). Maddie* and I were on our way back to the ship, crossing a crosswalk, when the car we were about to walk in front of started honking at us. We looked up and realized it was that same group of people from the restaurant, on their way back ...
... may be a change in this trend. Or is it that the Mexicans follow the lead of the gringos up north who wouldn’t be seen dead in anything as humble as a 4 cylinder diesel powered vehicle….
We turned off the MEX1 and headed westwards to the small town of Puerto Adolfo Lopez Mateos hoping to see some of the grey whales that come into the coastal waters of the Baja at this time of year to calve, much as the humpbacks do back home. We drove through the town, saw the ...