My little 4 day vaca to Baja California with my family (Christina Mommy Dadio) was quite fun and relaxing. If I had to sum it up in two words, it would be... fun and relaxing. Oh dangit I already said those words huh. Well I had DOUBLE the fun and DOUBLE the relaxation! Yeah... nice save... yeah...
(and kill all da jews.) So this whole "cruise" thing was relatively new.
Whoever thought of putting 2000+ tourists on a boat to subject to given entertainment and food must have been pretty genius. I know some of you have never been on a cruise while others of you have been on more cruises than car rides. For me, this is my second cruise, and the experience was pretty cool. Here's a few notable things that were worth noting:
- Rock the boat! - Boats are on water. Water is not a solid. Water is a liquid. Every once in a while, I'd be walking on the ship that would twist and turn every so slightly as to give me some bizarre unbalanced sensation. It's like the captain was just remind me "Yes, sonny! You ARE on a boat! Which is on water! Which is not a solid!!" Then, to confuse matters worse, it would hinder my ability to decipher between a getting-up woozy feeling, from the boat's light jarring caused from the ocean. 'Twas pretty cool.
- Fat fun = FREE FOOD! This concept is pretty insane. I go to the buffet place thing, grab some food, THEN LEAVE! One time I was just walking past the food, felt a little hungry, grabbed a banana, and just walked away. It's so weird. I felt like Cosette who, after suffering for years under Thenardier, didn't have to clean once she was under the protection of Super Jean Valjean! Well okay, not to that extremity, but you get the gist. Well okay, the gist doesn't make any sense, but HEY, I just made a reference to some literature, oKAY?! I'm SMART! But anyway, free food, love it.
The four days were set up like this: Board ship, visit Ensenada, party on ship, go home. (Respectively.) At Ensenada we just went on a 3 hour bus tour, and NO, THERE WERE NO GANG WARS OCCURRING, ELIZABETH! Although that would've been pretty exciting, driving through a battlefield of cholos.
Overall cruise? Glad I went. It may not have been the most eventful weekend of my life, but it was a really cool newish EXPERIENCE, and more LAX than the airport.
If you want to know about my trip in greater deal, WHICH I KNOW YOU DO, I'll put up pictures with captions on Facebook, and you can read it like a Kanga post!