Days Inn Villa Fontana
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... choice to be brave.
Although I am honestly scared to death of big swell and I easily get seasick, I decided to accompany my husband on his cruising journey. What I did not know at the time was how much preparation it would take to get to the point of departure. Purchasing a new sailboat, sailing lessons, weather training, navigation training, seminars, the study of multiple cruising guides, and the commissioning ...
The bay tour was short and sweet ... the views great too.
The market experience ... smelly ... to say the least HA!
The greatest thing about the market is that you can actually get your fresh sea food and then the restaurants right besides it will cook it for you at a cost. So probably there are some savings but I think the best is that is a great opportunity for a good and fun meal with friends and family.
The weekend ...
Ensenada today! This isn't the greatest port (it’s actually kinda sketchy in some areas) and there isn’t anything to do with only four tours available, but the tacos and margaritas here are killer!
I woke up to our phone ringing at 7am. It was Emilia* telling Debbie* and I that we might have to go to the full crew drill at 9:45am even though we are supernumeraries (she couldn’t have called ...
... it turned out, was a blowhole (marine geyser). The result of water trapped in a sea cave and an impressive sight to behold. At times the water shot some 20m up into the air, spraying everyone around with a fine mist. I went for a walk along the cliffs a way then caught the bus back into town as it was time to go already. Myself and a Brazilian guy from the hostel, Rafael were catching the overnight bus and I had a glorious 16 hour drive ahead of me.
... carrot tops leafed out. Sadly, the flowers we saw coming down are but dry bouquets, crowning the spiny tops. I have never seen so many leaves on the Boojum, they almost don't look like cactus.
After the cut off to Bahia de Los Angles, the road turns to *****, rough road, cracked and baked, I'm straddling the line, trying to find some smooth tarmack, the narrow road wanders, climbs and dips. Big ass pick ups with big ass tires are passing me, which is a bit ...