Vacationing is a vital part of American culture. We live in a time in which our country is polarized by politics and no one is feeling certain about what will happen next for them. In order to combat those feelings of uncertainty, I am encouraging you to consider taking a double stop vacation in polar opposite states. A red state and then a blue state. It will be a chance to be open to your experiences and try to find that common ground so that we are not so polarized and feeling like we don’t fit in anywhere.
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