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Ensenada today! This isn't the greatest port (it’s actually kinda sketchy in some areas) and there isn’t anything to do with only four tours available, but the tacos and margaritas here are killer!
I woke up to our phone ringing at 7am. It was Emilia* telling Debbie* and I that we might have to go to the full crew drill at 9:45am even though we are supernumeraries (she couldn’t have called ...
... told us all about the horrible "winery" tour she was on. We kept her company until her tour was about to leave town and finish up, so Greta* and I decided we would walk back to the ship.
I worked 5-10pm, taking 3 kids to dinner while parents were finishing up their tours, and then manned the glitter tattoo table in the center for our Shockwaves. We put a movie on ...
... of Cortez side near the cut off to Bahia de Los Angeles. The road is great, new, and with a shoulder no less. I push the X, but I have to conserve gas because there are no Pemex stations until El Rosario.
We hit another check point, a tourista is up in front having just opened their doors and hatches and taken their small rat dogs out from the vehicle. Oddy, we get waved through. Nothing. Maybe we are too much to consider, or it's time for Army coffee.
... bought some of that and sat out in the afternoon sun drinking and listening to one of the old guys friends pour his heart out singing traditional songs - prettttayyy intense.
This is actually turning into a proper blog isn't it?!
Ok, well despite my brain being up tto the wine, my stomach wasn't. I had passed on Sea Urchin Tacos and got some fried fish ones that were the closest thing to Fish and Chips in a long time :) I'd also got some pinapple juice... ...
... may be a change in this trend. Or is it that the Mexicans follow the lead of the gringos up north who wouldn’t be seen dead in anything as humble as a 4 cylinder diesel powered vehicle….
We turned off the MEX1 and headed westwards to the small town of Puerto Adolfo Lopez Mateos hoping to see some of the grey whales that come into the coastal waters of the Baja at this time of year to calve, much as the humpbacks do back home. We drove through the town, saw the ...