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... and Phil with their case of wine – they said they enjoyed their excursion – we chatted for a while and then said we’d catch up with them.
Back on board – it was about 1.20 – 2.00pm - Doug and I opted for quick bite and Flat White in the International Deli before going to our cabin.
Once in our cabin we continued on from yesterday - packing a few more things. Thank goodness we broke the back of ...
Lily* and I had to go to the med center this morning to prove our flu shots had already been taken care of, but it was closed. A big group of us were waiting around for about 20 minutes before a medical crewmember came out and let us know that they were in the middle of a life threatening emergency and that we all had to come back later. [[Later found out it was a passenger onboard that needs new blood injected every so often and I guess they didn't bring ...
... on the next 1/4 of the tank. Finally, we begin to see the Nopale farms, newly planted prickly pear leaves, shoved into the dirt, two to a row, like buried alien bunny ears. This means we are getting closer. I am pushing the X, trying to get the GPS ETA to tick down the time to below 4 PM. As we coast the ridge tops, dip down, climb another ridge, the Cirio are getting thinner and thinner, until they are no more. And, ahead is the valley of El Rosario. The fields ...
... think the ice in that was the thing that pretty much destroyed me.
Went to a house party that evening, where the guy had made some homemade beer, which whilst tasted ok, kinda had the texture and color of diahorreah and certainly didn't help my stomach! I had one but politely deviated away from any more, whilst having to run to the bathroom every 10 minutes, meaning conversation wasn't too fluid... unlike something else!
I definitely wanted to hang out, ...
... It reminded us of what we had seen in Egypt on the Red Sea coast around Ras Mahommed where half completed holiday houses and apartment blocks stood forlornly gaunt
and empty, their intended occupants having been scared off by terrorism attacks on tourists. Different causes but the same outcome.
Not far from the town of Loreto we started looking at the tracks that ran off the main road down to the beaches along the coast. Sure enough we found one promising one but our ...