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... we were last back on the bus. Needless to say we did not tell others where we had been. The third stop on our tour was the old part of the town where you saw the real side of a Mexican City. We also went to a Church when a nun tried to rip Johnny off when he bought me a pair of rosary beads.
He was quite amused by that.
We are now back on board and waiting to set sail again to the next port - ah! Good times!!!
... an hour. The party continued until the early hours of the morning. Needless to say, I was tired this morning. Our teacher lives above us. She said she felt bad for us, because it kinda kept her awake bur she is used to it. It happens Everywhere in Mexico.
tonight we are going for supper at an Indian Restaurant, with our instructors and classmates. Hope to eat some good food and practice more Spanish.
Kerry & Scott
... guards were telling people not to go out past the breakers (past the white water). We talked with a fellow from California, who surfed and was teaching a younger man, maybe his son how to get through the waves. All of a sudden two jet skis came to the area. They got the attention of the life guard and dropped a sea turtle into the water. The life guard grabbed his fins and went out into the surf to save this turtle. He brought it in ...
... said No No No but when you're on a trip like this, you have to pop out of your bubble and so I quickly asked to take the pic too. The big guy didn't feel real at all and the little one I barely even felt. Was fun. Our friends from LA, the gal, was deathly afraid of them and when they came near her she screamed this blood curdling scream. We laughed and laughed. Was pretty awesome.
Just outside of Mismeloya we passed a police check. They stopped us ...
So, now the year in review (highlights of things we did and saw in 2011):
- -Traveling to Morelia with friends and going up to see the
- -Spending 6-weeks in the northern Sea of Cortez seeing no
other boats; experiencing the beauty and remoteness of Puerto Refugio at
the north end of Isla Angel la Guardia
- -Zip lining through the jungle with ...