Hotel Jardines Baja
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... and his senior officers. There is always plenty of champagne flowing at these events and this was no different as they had set up a massive champagne fountain in the Atrium. We quickly worked out that there were drinks waiters working on each deck in the atrium so we were up and down between decks quicker than you could say "bottoms up". By the time we got to dinner we didn't care who we were sat with, we would pretend to be Eastern Europeans with a speech ...
... a small elite would worship, one of which had a wall of stone skulls. We took a quick tour of the museum, as we needed to get back to meet the Jemelies. What we saw of the museum seems well done, and there was live marimba music while we were there, which was charming.
While the Jemelies took their turn, Paul and I went to the Palacio Nacional to see the Diego Rivera murals. The building itself is a typical Latin American government building-with-interior-courtyard, ...
... but we would rather just get to Bahia Concepcion and camping tends to eat up the morning taking the tent down and packing the car. We will get our fill of camping on the Cortez side and further south in Baja Sur.
We breezed past vineyards and Nopale farms. Nopale is that prickly pear cactus that looks like rabbit ears that you peel, cook and eat, or you harvest the fruit and make jams and killer margaritas. ...
... biggest size, as well as some post cards and pin badges. We then returned to our room to pack all the things Bobbie wanted to return home into the envelope, just some clothes, shoes and things she wouldn't need for the rest of the trip. We packed it up, I wrote out a few postcards and we returned to the post office. We were a little unsure what line to get in so at first we got in the international line. I guess because we were standing back looking unsure an older couple ...
... then?' Hmmmmm! After we both gave him an even more confused look, he stopped asking us questions!
The other interesting thing about LAX was the number of announcements made in Spanish: almost everything was said in Spanish first, with a token English translation. We definitely hadn't expected the good old US of A to be quite so multi lingual. Still it was a good grounding for our next few weeks!
We arrived fairly late ...