When my girl was four years old, I sent her for piano lessons and I remember accompanying her for two years in the music shop. Along the way, I purchased a second hand piano from them so that she could practise at home. After graduating from the children's music exam paper, she told me that she did not want to continue anymore. But I encouraged her to continue to the next level, it was such a waste to stop halfway through. After a year or so, I notice that my girl was not really into piano lessons and eventually I stopped her from continuing. I guess none of my kids are into music, unlike yours truly who has a passion for music till today.... Though I love to learn piano, I do not have the tine as yet. I guess I have to stick to my faithful guitar for now and that too, I need to "brush up" with the online guitar lessons. Maybe I need to check out more details on the guitar center baton rouge before I get a new guitar for myself.
A THREE HOURS CITY TOUR when we embarked in Mexico on the second morning. My sister booked the three hours city tour in Ensenada, Mexico, a van came to pick us up from the port. Ensenada is the border of Mexico and it reminds me of Hatyai, a border town too between Malaysia and Thailand. We were taken to a shopping area where we must haggle for the goods. LOL.. Yes, something common in my own country... Anyway, we did not buy anything for ourselves... just a wooden handmade truck for my grandson which cost $8usd. Nothing much to shout about on this three hours excursion, I was so sleepy on the way back to the ship that I dozed off and only awaken when we were driven through the town. All in all, I just wanted to step onto Mexican soil and I would give this a miss if I were to go on this Mexico cruise again. LOL... At the open area shopping walking towards the Blowhole... This is La Bufadora Blowhole, an amazing natural marine geyser that is capable of shooting water over 60 fe