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... and Phil with their case of wine – they said they enjoyed their excursion – we chatted for a while and then said we’d catch up with them.
Back on board – it was about 1.20 – 2.00pm - Doug and I opted for quick bite and Flat White in the International Deli before going to our cabin.
Once in our cabin we continued on from yesterday - packing a few more things. Thank goodness we broke the back of ...
... historically speaking, Princess cruises has always been linked to Mexican cruises, so there's probably still some sort of agreement that makes them go back there.
We went on our last night aboard before going through the customs in Los Angeles the next morning. We were supposed to have a little tour of the city but we realised we would never make it on time for our flight (and you don't want to miss an 11h flight).
Lily* and I had to go to the med center this morning to prove our flu shots had already been taken care of, but it was closed. A big group of us were waiting around for about 20 minutes before a medical crewmember came out and let us know that they were in the middle of a life threatening emergency and that we all had to come back later. [[Later found out it was a passenger onboard that needs new blood injected every so often and I guess they didn't bring ...
... br> an intriguing dark shape cruising slowly into the bay and mainly on the surface. When one of the other campers on the beach came out past us in his inflatable boat we yelled at him to go have a look. After an initial “no ways, I’m scared of whatever that is – it’s big” he took his boat closer and later informed us it was a small whale shark about 5 metres long. They can grow to 12 metres and more, some even thought to go up to 15 metres and over ...
As we headed for our last Mexican moments we were most amused by the bus film chosen - it was about an illegal crossing from Mexico to the USA... With our current level of Spinglish we could understand enough of it to enjoy watching what turned out to be an excellent movie :-)
Our morning arrival was in magnificent sunshine so we decided to walk rather than taking a taxi. We came to a roadside juice-bar so stopped for a delicious drink. While we were there a local lady, obviously ...