Hotel Paraiso Las Palmas
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... in comparison
to the reward.
The stranger, Mr. Luego, says he will take me to the Vet. I
accept. Again, my mind is screaming out about stranger danger and taking rides
from strangers. Reason is yelling louder, he is known at the Marina and is
offering out of kindness.
We go outside and he says “my car is very small, get your
cat and your husband and meet me at G dock.” I say my husband does not have to
come if it is easier, he ...
... was spent checking emails and then we again headed into town, about 4 kms away, for some fresh fish for lunch.
We had a great lunch the walked the malacon watching the locals on their Sunday afternoon stroll.
After an afternoon at the pool, we headed up for a small dinner at the hotel.
... travelled to town and signed up for a zip line trip (5 zip lines) which got cancelled due to lack of interest... so did a little shopping, drank a few bottles of Pacifico and did some people watching before heading back to the ship by 6pm for a slow cruise back to Long ...
... way down, but now after two months the dirt tracks are fewer and shorter, progress. As we get closer to Ensenada, more towns crop up with more topes and even traffic lights. The PEMEX stations are also more abundant to fuel all those agricultural workers and tractors. Lots of winter crops, strawberries being the big cash winter crop. We also saw goats eating the remains of cabbage and broccoli fields, good idea. The road is slow with the stop and go. Add to that the ...
... a lot of horror stories from a lot of folk. I know Mexico doens't have the best reputation but I kinda figured as long as we weren't doing anything wrong and kept to a fairly well travelled track we should be ok. So far, glad to report, this seems to be the case. I have yet to feel threatened or unsafe in any of the spots we've been to, thank God. Our Rosary beads are working well!
First stop south of the border was Ensenada. ...