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... and other nasty processing chemicals to produce quick silver and finally silver and jewellery.
The well for the water to process the ore here was 1400 feet deep and the mine was 1600 feet deep. Before elevators and drills the mines were dug with hammers and chisels and the ore was brought to the surface in 250-350 pound baskets that were walked up stairs from the working to the
surface. Workers often fell to ...
... the easy way out and went ashore as part of a trip.
We chose to, yet again, snorkel and a trip round the harbour. Of course we had not had enough of the sea, but it was the cooler option. However, the temperature had dropped slightly and we were transported out on a catamaran to see some seals, and rocks which reminded us of Dorset with Old Harry Rocks and Durdle Door. Some of the ...
... La Ropa again, a man shouts “Hola! Where’s your camera today?”
I answer, “at home” and pretend to know his face and end with a chilled “hasta luego”... In my mind thinking “who the HELL, what the…When?!”
I like it. It’s small, quaint, and friendly. Very laid back, just like a sea-side town in the Pacific should be.
Today I started with a beach walk that turned out much ...
Miles Per Gallon: 18.9
Among a scramble to find a secure (ideally beachside) sleeping spot, we stumbled upon Nuxco based on hearsay from the locals on a good campspot. It had sand and was next to the ocean, so I guess it was the beach. It was really just huge sand dunes with plants and grass growing on them. Pretty cool, I guess - just not what we expected.
Savanna had been pouting ever since Christmas. Perhaps she thought that Santa Claws had removed her from the "good girl" list for some reason or another (as if the fresh tuna dinners for the past 2 months hasn't been a pretty good gift in itself.) Maybe Santa got word of the mysterious disappearing act of Savanna's life jacket.
At any rate, in Mexico, the Christmas tradition is for kids to write ...