Corona Hotel & Spa
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... the Greek gyro) are thinly sliced pieces of pork stacked and skewered, then roasted on a spit. This one had an onion on top of the stack and I could smell it from the street. I prefer maize (corn) tortillas to flour for anything but a fajita. I received a big platter filled with diced onions and cilantro. There were also a dozen dishes of different salsas, sauces, and other veggies (cabbage for the fish tacos). I tried them ...
... we took Spanish lessons.
I went home to Northern California last week. I went to celebrate my friend's wonderful life with her, her family and friends. To tell her personally that I love her and admire her strength and courage and to give a gentle hug goodbye. It was sad and difficult, but also loving and inspirational.
The week before I went home, I got a call from one of my sisters telling me my youngest brother had to have open heart ...
... it had individual tv's on each seat. You can select movies or shows or music like you can do on a plane. Unfortunately for foreigners, the movies are only in spanish, but, on the bright side, you can see that as an opportunity to practice your spanish skills. What do you think?
I arrived to Ensenada's bus station located between 11 and 10th streets on Riverol Avenue. The Hostel I stayed on is on 2nd street and Floresta I walked the whole distance from ...
... join them. I had the best tacos there and we had a lot of fun talking with Chloe's* Scottish boyfriend and meeting up with April*.
Greta* and I left the restaurant and took to wandering the shop-filled streets, but it wasn't long until we found Heather* sitting by herself on the sidewalk, furiously writing something down on a piece of paper. We walked over to her ...
... 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 ...