Casa Natalie Resort
Travel Blogs from Ensenada
... over at midnight and rob them or worse she left us to our own devices seeming to shake her head as to why people would want to camp alone, in a car, on a beach with no “facilities”. Yeh, well.
During the night, a small boat with three fishermen landed just down the beach from us and spent a half or so doing something with their boat or its contents, what exactly we were not about to get out of bed for to investigate. Perhaps comfortingly, the Mexican navy did ...
Awesome place. A lot of stories to be told. The wines were awesome. Most never get to US. Ok get this. 2 large jars of local olives, 2 huge bottles of olive oil, 5 bottles of blue chip wine including one of our new favorite Tentoiniio and 3 great bottles of champagne for les than hundred bucks. Met some new friends from California. More later on them. Lots coming up so stay ...
... Ensenada. In inverse ratio to the number of shoppers is usually the price of the items. Much of the items were more expensive than can be obtained on the US mainland. So with the area of walking limited on the dock and the prices too high in most of the small shops in the one building; we did not spend much time in port before retiring to our ship. The fact that we needed to return early for a 5:40 PM early seating at dinner and the final shows at the Princess theater being ...
... Mario and Dee shifted their weight to the back tyres. Eventually and skillfully Noel manoeuvred Suzie Q out of the mud and we were back on our merry way! We rolled down our jeans bottoms and heaved a huge sigh of relief.
The rest of our time in Ensenada was rather uneventful in comparison. Expensive tourist tat priced in US ...
... a while. At one point I woke up and heard Californication drifting along the corridor from another room. Even when I'm not clicking through my iPod looking for it, that song seems to find me. It played in the bar on my last night in Whistler, I heard it in two places in San Francisco (someone in the shower had it going and again in the bar on my last night there, too) and now I've heard it in a hostel in Mexico, seeking out my ears like a faithful and wise friend reminding me what I ...
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet