Fiesta Inn La Paz
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... that sounded ok...Well we couldn't have been more wrong as they were the most loco thing we've ever seen. The woman selling them first grabbed a packet of crisps (salsa verde tortilla chips) then slit the pack open length ways to make a sort of bowl. Then she spooned over a mixture of chopped cucumber; chopped turnip; coated peanuts; soft pork fat and tamarind pellets. This was followed by lashings of sweet and sour pink sauce and Valentina hot sauce. 'WTF!?' ...
We made it to La Paz via Todos Santos, it's been a long day but good. Light rain when we left but nice when we got here. A few hours drive from the Pacific side to Sea of Cortez. We stopped in Todos Santos, a small village on the Pacific side; bills itself as an art colony. We stopped at a very Mexican taco stand and had some great tacos (I think I am going to be eating a lot this trip). We did see a few art galleries but mostly it ...
... Puerto Vallarta.
Thar was fun but it ended at 11pm and we have a busy day tomorrow. The ship's schedule has changed again and we won't arrive in Puerto Vallarta until 11, not 10am. Now we're not sure if we can make the dolphin swim set for 11:15am. Boomer will call them in the morning. I just hope Mom's knee is better tomorrow since her speed of walking around the ship tonight is rapidly placing her in the "Geezer" class.
... have beautiful blue feet!
The sun was getting low in the sky so it was time to head back to Winterhawk and call it a day.
Our next stop is La Paz. The very last event of the 2013 Baja Ha-Ha rally is on the 20th and we don’t want to miss it. La Paz is known as a cruisers paradise and an easy place to get stuck in. We’ll probably be there for more than a few days. Maybe even through Thanksgiving. Until then, ...
I woke to the sun rising and shining straight in room at about 6:30 it was horribly bright. Brock had already gotten up becuase he copped the brunt of the sun. Up on deck we could see land, we had hit Cabo and by about 10am we should be at our first dive site in the Sea of Cortez. Here it was beautifully calm and we still had the same glassy water as when we went to sleep, it looked awesome. We had breakfast and went through the dive briefing for the site.We dropped down for ...