Posada del Molino
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... ravioli, and a nice, expansive and empty beach (save for one family and a stray dog). Beach was a bugger to get to thought, thanks to a forest fire, and we were turned back by a Police cadet, armed with revolver and full safety gear, natch. Photo says it all ...
... experience - by reason of their natural beauty, cultural riches, or historical relevance. It's a good thing since the government will put money into these towns and promote them heavily. As I pulled into town, I stopped to have a look at a map of the town. I heard the familiar rumble of a motorcycle engine and suddenly a thick, New York accented voice asks me, "you lost?". I replied that I wasn't and looked ...
... on day 2 (in Mexico), we made the stupid mistake of not filling up with diesel when we passed a gas station, because we assumed there would be more ahead when we needed it. Wrong! Gas stations are marked on our road map, but when we arrived at the next indicated stop, all we found was a chap with a hosepipe and some jerry-cans of petrol at the side of the road! And no diesel. We were told it was 185 kilometres to the next diesel ...
... out of all the crazy traffic. Let's pick up the surfboard manana! We stayed in a super AMAZING hotel, Triple Crowns 7!
The next day it was back to SOff to Sam's to pick up the surfboard. It was so cute! While Jim was putting it up on top of the car a few nice gentlemen came over to assist. I love the hospitality of the Mexican people. Everyone really has been very helpful and nice. All of the tourists are also very kind.
Off to Cerritos Beach we ...
... sound he made when I helped him peck his way out of his shell, peep-peep, peep-peep”, and a huge bull called Ferdinand, that he insists is as gentle as a baby. He keeps inviting us to come and ride Ferdinand, as it would make a great photo. Hmmmm… so far we have managed to resist. He also has a Mexican wife who lives on the “mainland” (That’s what Mexicans on the Baja California Peninsula call the main part of Mexico, East ...
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