What I Would Not Do for A Heater
17 January 2008 | Ensenada, Mexico
We awoke this morning to low 50 degree cabin temps. I think a diesel heater is in our future. If anyone has experience with these, like which brands are good installation tips etc., please post a comment.
Last night, Julie and I went out to dinner at Manzanilla restaurant in Ensenada. It was very hip place with a fun locals only crowd on this evening.
The long haired hipster owner was worried about us as the menus are only in Spanish but we managed. Julie had fish soup and I had Arrachera Sonora (flank steak). Both were superb. Also the Temparanillo red wine was very nice.
We had some left over pesos burning a whole in our pocket so we decided to use them rather than convert them into currently the least loved currency in the world... US dollars. I am not sure if the restaraunt was totally stoked to get $50 USD with of pesos in coins but oh well money is money.
This morning we were planning to leave but the winds between here and San Diego are currently gusting between 30 to 40 knots from the NE. The angle is good for us but wind strength is more than we like to voluntarily endure. Since we have no pressing commitments we decided to delay our departure a few hours when it is supposed to abate.