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... two second hand alternators from Ron ,on Shadowfax,so we're doubling up on everything.I just wish I could get a better reception on my SSB,as i do the weather forecasting and reading.Tony has the satellite phone up and running and we are now making water with our watermaker. The lagoon here is beautiful and shallow as we touched ground ,albeit muddy on the way in .We were told by ...
... routes on her computer screen, and even turned it to face me so I could pick which seats I wanted from a graphic depicting all those available. I chose to sit in the very front, figuring I’d get a good view. I paid with my Visa gift card, and she handed me my tickets, circling the important information for me. It was probably the simplest task I’d had to accomplish on the entire trip, and I’d been sick with worry over it!
I had an hour and a half ...
... the next morning to Barra de Navidad.
This had been where the guys had traveled last Sept - really enjoyed - but the area had been hit by a hurricane two weeks after they left - one reason for it not being our original destination. What a cute beachfront community that was rebuilding. The hotel of choice was still under reconstruction - and one a couple doors down had a great balcony - cocktails could be ...
... of Madero and Isabel la Católica Streets about two blocks from the hotel.
This parish church was established by the Jesuits in the late 1500’s but the current building dates to 1720. The altar and nave are quite lovely and there’s a reliquary of Santa Cruz on the right wall.
I had a late lunch at one of the local taco places. You pay the guy at the door and he gives you a token indicating the number of pieces you’ve paid for (I bought three ...
... to say hello to a friend that never showed up, but it wasn't completely a bad thing, cause it gave me time to refresh myself and stretch the legs.
Finally in Tijuana I took a taxi to the border that dropped me the closest he could get to it. I had to walk something like a 100 meters before hitting the customs. Then it hit me, I was really doing this. I couldn't want it more, I was craving for a new experience. So, I had it.