On the way back to Marina Coral we were followed by a pod of dolphins again which was a nice treat for Katie and Lewis. Here's another dolphin video...
The next day we took a trip to La Bufadora with our friend Gene. La Bufadora is a blowhole that is created when the waves and air are drawn into an underwater cave. The waves are pushed through a narrow path and the water is forced through a hole and shoots high in the air.
|Mexican cuisine at it's best!|
The next day Robin very kindly took us into Ensenada for a wonderful Fish taco tasting tour. They have been researching hard and have found some really great places. We are now addicted to Fish Tacos.
|Robin and Katherine's number 2|
|Robin and Katherines Number 1|
|The best Taco's in Town!|
|The fish taco chefs|
Lee and I took a trip back over the border to San Diego to pick up some parts for the boat. We hired a car here in Ensenada. Crossing the border was actually a lot of fun as the Mexicans have set up market stalls selling food, drinks and anything and everything else that you might want.
We spent the night in San Diego at the Marriott in Old Town which we managed to get for $55 using Priceline ($180 on the Marriott site). Unfortunately they provide free wine and cheese during happy hour every day which is rather irresponsible I thought ;-). We hadn't been to this part of San Diego before and its actually a great place to stay. We were busy running around buying boat parts so we didn't get to explore but we did stop for dinner at Harney Sushi. We loved their Lemon Edamame. We had a few too many drinks and ended up in a Mexican bar drinking tequila, Yuk. The next morning we were feeling terrible but we had to get up early and start on our to do list. Lee picked up some wood and insulation for the water maker box that he is making and I went for a hair cut. I have had all of my hair chopped off!
|My new hair!|
|Us at the Mexican bar where they had the largest tequila selection in San Diego! This is us tasting their best bottle.|
Crossing the Mexican border was easy, in fact, they didn't even ask to see our passports!. We went through the "Something to Declare" lane which was quite scary as we couldn't see anyone else taking this lane but we had been advised to declare the items that we had purchased and since they were boat parts we shouldn't get taxed. We parked up and noticed a number of other vehicles being searched. I waited in the car while Lee went to try and find out what we needed to do. He came back with a lady who poked a few boxes in the boot, checked the paper work over and then told us that we could continue.
Last night we walked along the water front to the Morro Bay restaurant and had an amazing meal with fantastic views.
|Watching the sunset from our table at the Punta Morro restaurant|
|We took this on our drive back home to Ensenada. Welcome home!|
|This little home overlooks the ocean just next to our marina. It is embellished with findings from the beach! It has so much character I love it!|