John, Jennifer and I visited Tijuana in 1989. We were able to walk across the border which involves walking through revolving gates. There are several officials but no one spoke to us or asked any questions. Once in Mexico, we were greeted by a strip of souvenir stores, bars and arcades where people were looking for bargains on leather goods, perfume, and handicrafts. We stayed for most of the day and went back to San Diego to spend the night.
We didn't visit Mexico again until 2002 when we took a short cruise and disembarked at Ensenada, Mexico and saw the famous Blow Hole and some of the city. We walked around and ended up at Hussong's Cantina. The crowd was a mix of Mexicans, Americans and other interesting types. The Mariachi music competed with the mild roar of the happy tourists.
This was our first cruise. We left Los Angeles and went to San Diego, Santa Catalina Island and on to Ensenada. We enjoyed it and plan on taking a longer cruise to see the so called Mexican Riviera. This picture is taken in Ensenada, Mexico.
We've been doing our web site for many years. Some technology comes and goes... Here are some links to flash slide shows that can be viewed on a PC but are no longer supported on iPhone or Android devices. Back when these slide shows were made, there was no way to add music... So for some silent slide shows..
To see more pictures from our trips and cruise to Mexico, please click here.