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... the trouble. Read on for some funny
stories about our time at the shipyard!
The wildlife at Naval was very entertaining, and I am not just talking about fellow cruisers
and tourists. Our favorites were the Sea Lions who jumped up on our dock next
to the boat every night. I have to hand it to them for their perseverance, but
even sea lions, masters at ignoring the public, if bugged enough, will get
pretty mad! ...
... very little assistance.
I am sure we Americanos would also step up to the plate. Let me share this
story so that if you find that someday you are faced with helping a complete
stranger, you choose to do what I would call the Christian thing and help them
as Mr. Luego helped us.
One week after we arrived in Ensenada, Ears our gato blanco
(white cat) who has cancer on her nose and elsewhere, was bleeding. She was
licking her nose and ...
... ride. From Ensenada main boulevard you take a bus to Maneadero, get off by the Calimax and then there you will take another buts to La Bufadora. Easy!
You get off at an Oxxo and have to walk straight past the shops all the way to the end where you will find a white building with red roof.
The views are breath taking! The experience of La Bufadora is a lot of fun. But you can better judge by the photos though.
The way back was ...
... on their guitars. It was fabulous. We continued to walk along the down town streets passing by shops, malls, churches and restaurants. They have several Sears stores here which I found surprising. On our way back to the car we passed by a person wearing a Teddy Bear outfit drinking beer on the steps. Every time people wanted to take a photo, he would turn away. But I got one... Our next stop was Costco as Jazmin needed to get flour for her pastry ...
... be signed in next door in the Pelicans room which is ages 3-7.”
They finally scoffed and said forget about it and it was too complicated. Maybe you guys should have registered your kids the very first day of the cruise when we offered open house registration! Or at least read the welcome letter in your stateroom with this kind of program information in it. What a waste of all of our time THAT was! Also, I really don’t understand why ...