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San Diego – Day 5
WE PULL ALONGSIDE THE HUGE PORT of San Diego on schedule. San Diego was originally centered in the Old Town district, but by the late 1860s the center of focus had relocated to the bay front in the belief that this new location would increase trade. As the "New Town" – which is the present day downtown - the waterfront location quickly developed. It eclipsed Old Town as the center of San Diego.
... at the door of the church. I turned around and went shopping instead ..or should I say window shopping.
We got back on the bus at 1pm - one couple was delayed due to a shop having problems with their CC, and we all thought we were heading back to the ship … nope … to the Plaza … slightly run down but we all saw the Aloe plant and the Agave plant and part of a whale’s skeleton.
We had to wait a ...
We took part in the resorts complimentary New Year’s Eve party and observed a Destination Wedding. The resort did an excellent job and festivities at both were impressive. At the New Years Party, we sat with 2 lady friends and an adult son with his parents. We thoroughly enjoyed getting to know them and exchanging stories while celebrating our special night. The ladies had been college friends who were brought back together after each losing their husbands of 35 ...
Our last stop in Mexico was a memorable one. We arrived in the vicinity of Cabo San Lucas before the sunrise, around 7am. We wouldn't be docking at a port or cruise terminal today. Instead, we were anchored in the bay and tendered to the pier via the lifeboats. Once ashore, we linked up with todays tour group and boarded a comfy Catamaran boat. The waterfront area of the city was pretty in itself; dozens of bars, shops, restaurants, yachts and hotels on ...
Woke up this morning thinking our stay in Mexico City is nearly over. I've said it before but time is going too fast. Come to think of it, its been more than 5 months since I held a job! Only three more nights and today would be our last tour.
Mojdeh had arranged a new guide Sergio to take us around. She thought it would be good to have someone different so that we could get a new energy for the tour. Sergio was our third guide from Mojdeh's stable and out of the three ...