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... red, white, and green. After my tostada, I wandered around taking pictures and enjoying the fresh air. Tonight I'm meeting up with my 3 new friends again and will be so sad to see them leave the ship tomorrow! I'm doing my first B2B (back to back) cruise. We head back to Los Angeles but I will not be getting off the ship - I'm staying on for the next one, another 4 days that goes to Santa Barbara and then back here to Ensenada, before going up to Los Angeles ...
... this is enough of a resemblance for me, but there is more! Our neighbors have lights strung across their cockpit that remind me of the treasure you see as your Disney boat takes you through the pirates ride, twinkling in greens and golds. As you walk home to your boat you hear cheerful music and run across folks who have been hitting the bottle, enjoying a life of leisure stolen while they have the opportunity.
At the end of the Pirates of the Caribbean ride, ...
... right or wrong but it just seemed weird. I enjoyed it though until I realized I had a pretty empty stomach and I was having a hard time taking in the wine.
After the tasting I continued walking but took the path towards Ensenada ... I walked past a Russian museum that also had a huge variety of cheese for sale as well as Jams, sauces, cosmetics, etc. There are so many wineries to chose from. If I am lucky I will go again and then I will try some ...
... well there’s only 25 minutes left before we close the center at 10pm….Is that okay?”
“Alrighty, so what you’ll have to do to register is just fill these two forms out, front and back, and once you’re done I can explain a few things such as emergency protocol and whatnot.”
They blocked the doorway to fill out their registration cards where parents were coming to pick ...
I crossed into Tijuana on a Sunday evening...the sun was beginning to set and I handed over my remaining dollars and replaced them with Mexican pesos. Over the border I had seen the giant Mexican flag flying but it still seemed insane that I could simply walk into Mexico. I followed the steady stream of people into a little cabin where a soldier stood and asked for a visa...no one was about to ask me or stop me, I had to actually search out a visa - such a ...