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Mexico Verde use a simple and ingenious braking system. A wooden block follows behind you on, sitting on the same steel cable, attached to your harness by a piece of webbing. You yank on the webbing to increase the friction and slow down. In case you do not do so quickly enough, the instructor at the end of the line the receiving end activates another braking system, a rubberized carabiner about 10 feet before the end. That another ...
... br> It's colossal!! There is no end!! And whereas in England we have structure and lines this is like spider webs and explosions of crazy twinkling lights of all kinds of shapes and sizes.. Building shapes that are spirals mixed with domes mixed with topsy turvy rectangles and octagons that have no purpose of efficiency or space they just look mad and cool all piled next to each other.
When I land and go out into Mexico city for a ciggie it's .. God it's hard ...
... showing off their enormous bodies covered in barnacles, how incredibly exciting! The last whale we followed for a while came within just a few metres of our boat and swam with us a bit, it was an incredible experience!
During the height of the season there are hundreds of whales in this area and people get to see a lot more, there are even pictures of calves being presented to the boats as if to show them off. As wonderful as that would have been, we had no intention ...
... is no wind! The ride along the coast is enjoyable because we can actually see the beautiful views from the cliffs. We arrive in Ensenada’s Old Town before 1pm and stop in the Visitor Info Center to get our bearings and some recommendations on what to see in town. It turns out that the guy Shirley had been emailing from CouchSurfing works there and was really helpful in giving us directions around town. For lunch, we try Birria ...
... but especially bad roads that have a reputation for sharp rocks that can puncture tires pose a problem. Several remote caves in the Sierras contain interesting prehistoric paintings and the San Borja Mission is allegedly one of Baja's most impressive, but I'm reluctant to chance it. I keep imagining the sound of a tire puncture 25 miles down a dirt track from the nearest paved road during the off-season when it might be ...
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