Posada Don Fernando
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 8220;No”. So I explained they needed to write their names down in that section and the mother wrote her name down and wrote the father’s name in the section below it asking about food allergies. I had them fix the cards and let them know that they now only had about 15 minutes left (and most parents we tell to pick their kids up around this time anyway). They were about to leave, but I caught them on time to remind them they now had to ...
... explore Ensenada. The town itself had little to it but I had been recommended to check out La Bufadora. To my shame I actually had no clue what this might be but it was at the end of a little peninsula and seemed to be the thing to do in Ensenada so I decided to just go and see for myself. 2 buses later, having made bus buddies with anyone who dared to sit near "the gringa" I had made friends with a little boy called Javier (who was very insistent on ...
... additional 40 KMs to San Quintin. We'll see.
Mex 1 was lonely at 6:47 AM when we pulled out. No trucks, no cars. The fuchsia sunrise across the bay made the hills pink. Fourteen KMs later we rolled over the topes of MOoo-lay-Hay one last time. The Tango was riding the X sweetly, Ray Charles on the stereo, nicely making way. We hit Santa Rosalito in an hour and a half, a record time, and gassed up with Magna at PEMEX, checked the lines and straps. Read the ...
... so many seasonals for her to be watching and evaluating. But I got a high 4 and a lot of really nice compliments!
We said bye to all the kids as they left and we all met for 2nd dinner at Horizons before Claire* and I ran off to the Princess Theatre to see Maddie* sing in the crew talent show. We all met up in the rec room for a 'send off' get together, taking pictures and hanging out before most of us leave tomorrow.
... I caught a couple of fish whilst at that lovely site, standing on the point of the island and casting out into the deeper water there. The first was a little sea perch which I released, the second what is known here as a Sierra and good to eat. They fight like hell and this one managed to throw the hook after I had landed it on the rocks near my feet. But before I could grab it it managed to flap its way back into the water. Soon afterwards to make up for the loss when Diana joined me ...