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a large blue cart, you get noticed! If I need anything “even a shot of tequila”
I just have to let the locals know and they will help me out!
Now a word about safety. Every night John comes to bed shining his personal flashlight. It
is so annoying, I mean first of all there are lights all around us. At Naval,
the port had so many lights it put football fields to shame. It is not dark! Of
... is going on with us and our cat. Then he takes John outside
to show and tell him how to get to his house “in case we need any more help.” Can you believe it? The kindness of Mr. Luego
is heartwarming. We are very grateful to him and people like him.
We are now at the Veterinarian, it is 4:30pm on a Saturday,
we have no appointment, and as it turns out it does not matter at all. The Vet
stays open until 7pm and takes walk- ins! We are definitely ...
... Mulege was very very hot, we got off the bus and hitchhiked to our hotel as the taxis just were just trying to rip us off. We had gone from heaven to hell. We got to our motel OK, but the heat was insane, we had to stay in our rooms a bit, the motel was a bit run down, not the nicest but it was a bed and air con, I had a few moments of wanting to vomit from the heat and the walking around, into town etc. While ...
... Ensenada. Specifically, it is a blow hole and is so named La Bofadora due to the sound it makes when the water is collecting under the volcanic ledge before shooting up into the air.
The drive through Ensenada was much like Cabo San Lucas - dry, brown and "untidy" in parts. It seems that housing was a big issue – I'm not sure that it still is - but people seem to live in condos or houses of various states of repair, size etc made from ...
... my laptop died. I found an outlet in the bathroom and plugged it in. The internet was much faster in there and I was able to email my resume from the bathroom floor. They better call me for an interview after that…
Back on the ship, I watched the movie The Proposal, read my book, and napped. I headed to work the 6-10pm shift with the teens where they decorated backpacks as I handed out loads of twizzlers ...