Corona Hotel & Spa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... blew her top. Once the mist and the water had settled, I spied a couple of little crabs scooting along the wet rocks several metres above the water – poor things, they must have a headache after being thrown about like that !
After taking several happy snaps and talking to a couple of fellow passengers, we walked slowly up the hill trying to avoid hawkers of all things from drinks to almonds, leather, silver, shells – you name it - if ...
Full crew drill this morning from 9:45am-11am and then crew rounds right after. We had to wait to go ashore to Ensenada until the drill was over. It was super windy and chilly! Lily* and I walked into town and got tacos at a taco truck where I got to practice my Spanish by ordering our food. The taco truck owner asked me in Spanish where I learned the language and what nationality I am. He was surprised I was American and could speak some Spanish. ...
... 100K motor homes, like Willy Nelson's tour bus, barely fitting on the road, with semi alert octogenarians behind the wheel. I have to admit, I hit 80 mph a few times on the straights. This is nuts. The road is narrow, and there are cattle, bikes, rocks, and pot holes. I am hyper alert, but if anything happens at 80 you are toast. I slow myself down. Let's get back in three pieces.
In Guerrero Negro we gas up and find a street side taco shack to dine al fresco ...
... Chivato (N27 04.241 W111 56.787), quite a drive on a poor gravel road from MEX1, not as nice as the previous site, and overlooked by holiday homes apparently used by Americans for just 3 months of the northern winter. The owners are known as “snowbirds”…. We were duly “inspected” by the wife of the owner of one of these properties who walked her dogs along the beach to fairly obviously check us out. Satisfied I guess that we weren’t setting up ...
... and just enjoying ourselves as we chatted, still in amazement at ourselves, about our adventure.
Our plan is that we will cross over to California and spend some time with Annie's brother and sister in San Diego and Irvine and visit other family and friends in Los Angeles. It's really exciting but equally daunting a thought... A flurry of emails at our exciting approach and a few Skype conversations later and everything is arranged, Michael will fetch us once we get through ...