Posada Don Fernando
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... the boat, you look over towards the restaurant and you see mountains of treasure. At the end of D Dock you see one mans treasure and you know he is rich beyond measure. He has a huge mega yacht with a big screen TV and a large crew. The funniest thing is that the name of the boat is in blue lights that they turn on at night, unbelievable!
Whenever I finish riding the Pirates of the Caribbean! or as I jump aboard Catnip, I know a Pirates life of excess is not for me.
... br> Finally I reached a place called Sol de Media Noche. I was recommended this place for cheaper food and for a free wine tasting, so, after fish tacos, again, I went to this art wine tasting. It was nice because they give you to try their wines, their bread, their sauces and jams and everything that they do. As it is free it is packed but the most impressive thing is that everyone leaves having purchased something.
The tourism office that I ...
... plate of Mussels and chips then ice cream.
After dinner we chatted to our waiter for a while and then up to Facets to say goodbye to the girls. We thought we would go to the Crew Show but as it was 9.30pm, it was unlikely we would get seats – plus the show had started.
After dropping off a comment card and getting a copy of our statement … back to the cabin to update the blog, last minute things for the suitcase, then sleep ...
Ensenada! Too bad I can't go ashore for more amazing tacos and margaritas.
I worked PDS from 8am-1pm and it got pretty busy and hectic! Time went by quickly though and I got to go watch the movie 12 Years a Slave with Lily* in the Princess Theatre afterward. We grabbed a light dinner at Horizons before I worked from 6-8pm (the beginning of the Survivor Night ...
... of Cortez side near the cut off to Bahia de Los Angeles. The road is great, new, and with a shoulder no less. I push the X, but I have to conserve gas because there are no Pemex stations until El Rosario.
We hit another check point, a tourista is up in front having just opened their doors and hatches and taken their small rat dogs out from the vehicle. Oddy, we get waved through. Nothing. Maybe we are too much to consider, or it's time for Army coffee.