Pueblo Bonito Rose
Travel Blogs from Cabo San Lucas
... feeding the local colourful birds - placing sugared water in the bird feeders provided around the terrace. They arrive regularly for their evening drinks while we are having ours on the terrace. Pretty yellow varieties with very long beaks that sink down in to the drinking wells. Same time as the tourist boats are cruising past with their party music playing loudly - lots of merriment and good food on board ...
... Deb & I as we couldn't get the vegetarians to join us for the evening. So any who - it's lunch and then head back to the boat for some shopping and our day at sea on the way the Ensensada.
I'm having some trouble with my blog site - it won't allow me to upload pictures so I'll have to wait till we get home before I can share there.
Bob & Deb
... in the water but we could clearly see him just below the surface. It was pretty weird (and awesomely cool) to be shadowed by this rather large being for the next half hour or so.
Thursday November 7, at 0420 we crossed the finish line, about 750 miles south of San Diego.
We had estimated it would take us 36 hours to get from Bahia Santa Maria to the final finish line. We were only off by about an hour. Just before crossing the ...
... to an end Celina's parents time with us. Has it been 2 months already?? We've had a great time sharing adventures around the Baja, home cooked dinners with plenty of wine, and of course many lunches at Los Claros. Thank you Bev and Doug for your generosity and adventurousness! See you in Kelowna.
Celina and I have also started planning for our return home in April. More on that in the next blog.
... our businesses, really.
Since it is the holiday season, many homes are preparing all of the trappings, but I have to tell you it is very surreal to see Christmas trees strapped to the roofs of cars and not a flake of snow anywhere. Who decided it has to be a pine tree for a Christmas tree anyway, we're quite happy with the light string wrapped around the palm tree.
Until next week, Adios,
Mirek and Celina/PollosLibres