Casa Blanca Inn
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... pleasant. After the fun time at the beach, we came back to our room to prepare for steak night at the hotel. Only Ed and I went, because Heather was not feeling up for dinner. We had a great meal. They made the food look so gourmet. I have to say, on this trip I have not been let down on any of the meals. Every restaurant has been so diverse, with such amazing foods that I have never had in my ...
... dance atop a pole with abseiling dancers as well as being taken to the opal store, fire opals classified according to the fact they have several colours within the stone and are the local mining treasure. Such a relief to be backpacking and unable to purchase anything! My quest for a bead in each country or place I visit has taken a back step as loose beads in Mexico don't really feature. Good excuse to buy some earrings which have been admired so maybe I ...
... three right, but sorry Dennis the camera is coming with! Amanda and I are doubled up and introduced to Bruce the Camel...Helloooo Bruce! And yes it was said with our version of an Australian accent based off the wonderful "Finding Nemo" quote. Jess was behind us on her own camel and the family of five was split up on camels ahead of us. We set off along the beach laughing, taking "sneaky" pictures and enjoying the scenery. Nothing intense, just some good ...
... carved wooden door that, when opened, reveals an open air courtyard flanked by a fireplace which hosts seating for eight; or more if someone opts for the hearth.
Beyond lies sliding glass doors which meet at a ninety degree angle and offer entry into the entry hall, living room, kitchen and dining room where sits a long table for eight below an oversized chandelier. A large fireplace presides over living room seating for eight in ...
... old United States of America on a regular basis and that particular mall is a couple of miles away from where I intend to be anyway.
I wanted to have lunch at Edith’s Restaurant, owned by the wonderful Edith Jiménez. Ms. Jiménez started as a server at another restaurant formerly at this location (Esthela’s By The Sea) the year before I first came here. Now she owns this place which she named for her mother. I love success ...
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