Wednesday, March 04, 2015

Birthday At The Blowhole

We spent Ed's birthday in Ensenada, Mexico.  It wasn't a very exciting place, a required stop for the cruise ship to make before coming back to the United States, but it wasn't bad.

We had intended to just walk around but when we arrived in town were approached by a tour of the famous La Bufadora that was cheaper than the cruise ship excursion - $15 compared to $50 per person.  Ed, Steve, and I decided it was worth it.  The drive was interesting - very poor people living along a beautiful coastline.

We saw the blowhole - I didn't get any decent pictures - and the boys ate Almejas Gratinadas.  Then we strolled through the row of shops selling cheap Mexican trinkets.

From what we'd heard from other cruisers, that's about all there is to do.

And after we got back on the ship, we didn't have to hear the word "blowhole" anymore.

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2014: Dreaming Of Blue Skies And Swaying Palms

2013: They Never Ask If You Have Invisible Ink
2012: I Didn’t Break A Leg, So I Guess I Can’t Regret Doing It
2011: Why Couldn’t It Have Been The Canola??
2010: I Like To Call Him The Kite Master
2009: Talk About Making Good Use Of Your Time
2008: Don’t Three Feet Equal One Yard?
2007: New And Improved
2006: Maybe I Don’t Need To Know Everything
2005: Sorry, no post on this day. The blog didn’t start until May 2005! 

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