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Travel Blogs from Ensenada
... and failed to move - but make it we did and in good time too. I grabbed a taxi to the hostel...one who laughed at me when I suggested his fare was a little steep. He had a point; I wasn't exactly in a position to bargain. At the hostel they were warm and welcoming and after a quick forage for tacos I settled in for a cosy evening of Olympics and Anchorman with them.
The next day I planned to leave for Mulege in the evening so this was my only ...
... way down, but now after two months the dirt tracks are fewer and shorter, progress. As we get closer to Ensenada, more towns crop up with more topes and even traffic lights. The PEMEX stations are also more abundant to fuel all those agricultural workers and tractors. Lots of winter crops, strawberries being the big cash winter crop. We also saw goats eating the remains of cabbage and broccoli fields, good idea. The road is slow with the stop and go. Add to that the ...
... in a motel room there for $31 (cheaper than two dorm beds believe it or not!) and it was quite nice. We had a little wander around the town and went out for some fish tacos that we were reliably informed (thank you Sean Dillon!) are delicious here. The next morning we decided to head for the beach and set up camp. It seems a shame to be holed up in a room in the city when we have the perfect car to experience some more natural ...
... couple driving a Landcruiser camper who were heading south. It looked a well thought
vehicle or “rig” as the north Americans would say. We had a beer sitting by ourselves in the sun outside a little bar just up the avenue from the church run by a local senora who didn’t seem overjoyed to see us, and then climbed into Jambo to head back down that twisty and potentially dangerous road to the coast.
Some 75 kms further north on the Mex1 we came round a bend ...
We arrived in Ensenada today. Our tour was at 9:45 so we met the girls for breakfast at 9:00 in Beach Blanket. Then we headed to Diversions to meet for the excursion.
We boarded a bus and took a brief tour of the city before driving to the restaurant where we were going to learn to prepare Mexican food and eat it.
When we sat down, we had molajetes with a whole tomato, some onion, a chili pepper, cilantro, lime, and avocado. ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking