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December 02, 2019

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Barb in AK

Sorry that your hotel room for the night was so disappointing. We have had a few of those on our trips. It doesn't make any difference how nice the webstie is or pictures of the hotels on the net, you just never know what you are going to get.
I can see you two were having a very hard time removing yourself from the ocean, and your faces definitely showed the feeling of success! :-)
I love the photos of the old town dressed up for Dia de los Muertos. They are so interesting and colorful.
I have never lived near a large community of Hispanics, so I have been quite intrigued by their celebration. For a few years, I attended a Catholic Church here in Rochester that had a strong population of Hispanic worshipers and they always made an ofrenda in the church's lobby each year. I finally decided to bring my camera one Saturday evening before their Dia de los Muertos celebration and take pictures of it for a layout I eventually made last year. I definitely learned a lot about it.
The sunset photos are so beautiful--especially the pinks and purples in the sky. Does that happen only over water? I never see those kinds of lovely colors in the midwest.

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