Posada Don Fernando
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... papaya juice. The tacos were AMAZING. Homemade tortillas and delicious meat with a whole display of toppings—guacamole, pico de gallo, sauces, onion, cilantro, fresh limes, etc.
After enjoying our poolside meal I tried taking advantage of the free wifi after Debbie* headed out to a museum. It was super slow and I had just enough time to see that I had received an email from a wildlife job I had ...
... enough to get the wipers flapping across the windshield at the second lowest setting. The rain, stops and starts. At a break in the precip, Sadie and I make a pitstop and check out the Boojum leaves and boulders. It's cold. I got my down sweater jacket on. Bobby is not getting out of the car. Sadie is happy to a be sniffing dirt.
Beyond Capitiva, Mex 1 starts down the ridges toward the Pacific slope. I'm checking my fuel, I'm checking it twice. We have to make ...
Officially on the MV Explorer!! Colby and I took our bus to Mexico around 9:45 and met some pretty awesome people! It was a 2 hour bus ride, but it felt so short by time we arrived to the ship! I can NOT believe how big it is...standing in line with people I am going to be stuck on a boat with for 4 months, staring up at our new home, was truly an amazing feeling. We all went through security and boarded the ship..and ...
... so that when it finished it was like Oh yeh, i'm in Mexico. Carlos (the Spanish guy) also impressed me with what had to be a world record of popcorn consumation in one film!
And that was pretty much Ensenada... met some really cool people, went to some good places and enjoyed my stay there... All makes really boring reading right? Well, next I decided i'd go on a 1000 mile hitchhike down through the whole of the peninsula. Things certainly became a lot more ...
... It reminded us of what we had seen in Egypt on the Red Sea coast around Ras Mahommed where half completed holiday houses and apartment blocks stood forlornly gaunt
and empty, their intended occupants having been scared off by terrorism attacks on tourists. Different causes but the same outcome.
Not far from the town of Loreto we started looking at the tracks that ran off the main road down to the beaches along the coast. Sure enough we found one promising one but our ...