Hotel Paraiso Las Palmas
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... he is recovering well.
Once home I roamed from house to house. It hit me hard that I don’t have a land home anymore.
I had to communicate with my husband back in Ensenada via email because our phones did not work despite having US and Mexican phone plans. It was in email that I learned my precious cat TC was ill back at the boat. John had to stay up with him providing round the clock care for him, carry him by hand to the VET twice, and bathe him when ...
... to the Hostel. I think it took me around 40 minutes.
I was VERY hungry so I asked to be recommended a very local place to eat and so I went to a fish tacos food cart. For 45 pesos (3 usd) I had 2 tacos and a Horchata (rice drink). That was more than enough for me.
That evening I really didn't do much. I actually sat with Mrs Rosalba, the manager of the Hostel to chat. We talked until almost 5 pm. We had a wonderful conversation about ...
... the owner could not pay his taxes, then transferred to the State government then subsequently the City of Ensenada. Nowadays it is used as a function centre and is once again used often and well.
Outside the building there was a small Arts and Craft market which had some nice things and a few different things that I hadn’t seen before.
We were offered a drink once we had completed our tour of the building. Doug got ...
... had two sons. I pointed to their 2 boys and asked “Uh..Is this..Trevor and Aimee?”
“No—They are Jason and Chris.”
“Oh…Okay…so…wha t’s your last name?” *trying to help them find their last name on our sign in sheet so that they could properly sign their boys in instead of signing in two strangers*
“We are not registered yet.”
“OOoh! Ok, ...
... Going out we ran into Brad and Cheri Wales, part owners of 10 Barrels Brewing in Bend, Oregon. They were also headed out, pulling a trailer. We agreed to stay at the Baja Cactus Inn in El Rosario and who ever got there first would make sure the other also had a room. Although both of us had tried to make reservations, neither of us had been able to get a confirmation. The Baja Cactus Inn is a small place and has great showers. We really want to stay there rather than ...