Holiday Inn Tijuana Zona Rio
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Downtown Tijuana has the mandatory souvenir stores, bars and restaurants. Again, I didn't see it in the evening to say much more about it ... I will have to go.
I arrived to Santa Cecilia after taking photos of the monument which is actually pretty cool and this is were it got interesting for me.
Santa Cecilia is like the famous Garibaldi in Mexico City. This is were you can hire your duos, trios or full scale ...
... loving it. The show was very different to the Dolphins. None of the trainers entered the water, they gave direction from the outside.
FUN FACTS - Orcas are actually Dolphins and they eat up to 500pounds of food a day - this is 5% of their body weight. They learn by action immitation which is how the trainers train them.
The show was accompanied by a strong message ...
... did last year, The Palms. It is good to be back in the land of 30 cents avocados, 80 cents per liter gasoline, 20% humidity, and blue skies. We will be in Yuma until late March but on Sunday we are going to Puerto Penasco on the Sea of Cortez in Mexico for six days, guests of John’s and Bertha’s in their time share. We had met two couples on the ship that have stayed at the same resort and loved it so we are really looking forward to some ...
... we all had a go on the exercising stations, Simon even got past half way on the rope climb!! The swing rings, were a challenge and we all failed, well, all but Ashley, the cheeky Australian got there and back!!! We carried onto Venice beach and saw a spare volleyball court with some pro volleyball players (female J) practising with their coach, we took a ball and showed them how it was done with amazing 7 shot ...
... and then walked back passing the arch and back to the border getting lots of offers of drink and food deals. One woman shouted 'TWINS!' at us. We walked across the bridge next to the border and were met by a mass of people dancing and making loads of noise for a political election that was coming up. I filmed as we walked through and did a little dance which they lapped up. We found the end of the line, exactly the length it had been a few hours ...