Hotel Luna Loreto
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- Pets allowed
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... can wait.
Living here and letting my heart feel the pull of the sky, and taking to heart my Spanish instructor's observation that in Loreto I will have no need of the expression Tengo prisa (literally, "I have hurry"), I remember that there are many other ways to take stock, none of them involving counting.
One involves taking off my shoes, unfolding my legs, uncrossing my knees, planting my toes and heels and balls of my feet on the ...
... that the worst road damage would confront us on the second day of our Baja route and would require a much slower pace. To compensate, on Day One in Mexico, we drove and drove and drove and drove.
Of all the shocks for which we had prepared -- Mexican bureaucracy, language barriers, flooded terrain, devastated human settlements, road conditions, comfort and safety or lack thereof at nightly resting spots -- none of which, by the way, proved to ...
... get fitted for our wet suits, we climbed into the boat which was on a trailer (yes, Mom too) and headed for the harbor. They launched it with all of in it and we were of to Coronado Island. The weather was cool and a bit windy so the ride was rough as we headed out into the wind. We stopped at a nice white sand beach for a walk. Then we took a ride around the entire island while Oscar narrated, describing rock formations, identifying numerous birds and animals ...
... here for a week, in the most beautiful house imaginable - rustic religious Mexican art on the walls, tiles, mini courtyard with fountain (electrically operated), the whole hacienda look. Unfortunately the kitchen layout was also American so everything was out of reach for me, and to be honest it wasn't that practical for family cooking and eating. The web site said the house faced the beach, which technically it did... But the didn't mention the ...
... anyone reading this remember what a card catalogue was? Instead of looking books up on a computer you used little cards that were kept in a filing cabinet. Of course I had to get a picture of myself in the author drawer – maybe someday I’ll write my own book and get a card in there for real. Of course I’d have to write in Spanish (what’s Spanish for meow anyway?).
I did some shopping and ...