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... you walked past” .. yep and I clocked you too !
The only thing I ended up buying was a postcard or two. So back to the bus early – I was surprised that there were several people there already. Prior to our departure time at 11.05am, everyone had arrived except for 2 people who eventually boarded the bus at 11.15am. Great … but now our guide is missing as she has been looking for you !! We left at 11.20am.
After 5 more days at sea, with luckily a warm weather, we arrive to our last port, Ensenada in Mexico.
William has been waiting for this one as we booked the wine tasting excursion.
We went to 2 different places, one quite traditionel (= artisanale), the other one more industrial even though it was still looking very nice.
They are quite proud of their wineries in Baja California, they even have a university dedicated ...
... already and said that she would go down there and see what she could do…but it didn’t sound like she would actually go do that. So Velma* and I threw a bunch of new crafts, the tshirt, the fabric bear, etc into a new backpack for the boy that lost his artwork. We called the family and they came up to get the new materials-they were sooo thankful and even wrote a consummate host feedback card about us all going out of our way ...
... a few of the many grocery items. Our tour took us through the galley just before lunch time and it was very quiet, not anything like the environment you see on the Food Network Master Chefs.
I also went on the Florist's Tour. The florist took us around the ship to the various large flower arrangements, identifying the flowers he used and explaining how he arranged them. He told us that in every port he receives two crates of flowers. He never knows in advance what the ...
... you're launched through the air! We were told today though that we've come through the worst of it and the road get better as we go south - here's hoping, for Jennays sake as well as ours!
Pictures to follow once we get somewhere with reliable internet and a bit more time. I'll try keep the updates coming more regularly for all you worry warts (ie our parents) out there, and bombard ye with pictures then! Buenos Noches Amigos :)