Hotel La Jolla
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... hundreds of brightly painted barges providing a ride for tourists (or a short crossing for locals). The cost was M$400 and vendors hopped on and off selling jewellery, ponchos, drinks, corn, flowers or Mariachi bands. It was a lot of fun. Our pilot was about 10-12 years old! The trip back was quick as we were against all the traffic. Dinner was at a local cantina. Bruce and I shared a parillada - the table could have shared ...
... tacos were amazing but stu was less of a fan. They came as a set of three each with a filling of tofu asada; sprouting; pineapple (?!) and coriander, as well as a dish of hotsaucey relish on the side. The tofu was actually more like gluteny fake meat and was delicious. It had been asada'd which is basically marinating then grilling, similar to tandoori, and the fact it had been marinaded in a mix of Mexican and Indian ...
... but a lot of guessing. Removing our battery and putting the chip in their phone etc. What was dumb was that they did not compare settings on their phone to ours. Duh. But 20 minutes later I want to go. I wanted to go a while ago. So we say ok, ok. The calls work and texting. How about a refund. A resounding NO. Because the problem is your phone not the chip.
Ok fine I'm out. And I walked out. Went back to Starbucks and we had a messge sent an hour ago! Yes, they are home ...
... after my A Levels. Now it is back to haunt me.
Nonetheless, it is a good thing to walk. At least I can explore the city a bit. I refused to bring my camera along. Only the phone camera. So I am forced to look at my surroundings and absorb. It was indeed a very long walk. 1 hour and 30 mins, thereabouts. On the way, I see huge houses. Kind of makes me think about the huge income disparity here in Mexico. I'm not sure if it is a good thing or a bad thing for the society ...
... centre of downtown.
We did a quick trip to get groceries and had a great meal at a local taco restaurant.
Today is a special celebration in Mexico - Dia de los Muertos (Day of the dead) so if you have a favourite relative; today is the day to deliver a gift or food and place on the grave for him/her to eat when they visit as a spirit tonight.