Grey Whales at San Ignacio Lagoon
Campo Cortez at San Ignacio lagoon, Baja Ca. Sur. Mexico
March 09 thru 13, 2013
By: Pamela Sanchez
It is so nice when we have little groups… you are able to connect with everyone on a personal level and give them the most incredible service. We try to be as awesome with all but small groups are always more manageable. Enthusiasm does not start to describe the energy this people brought with them; they were full of passion and love for the whales to such an extent that it did seem like it was the first time for us as well.
We had dancing lessons and music from this Mexican region as requested by Ellen and even the staff from the kitchen came out to dance. Margaritas and joy at happy hour came as a must together with the rhythm and we enjoyed every minute of it.
Our usual visit to the bone yard was fun… Mojito the beautiful dog from California came with the group, Chris and me for a delightful walk and a little bit of history about the bones and the animals. We have more than 4 marine turtles, a baby and adult grey whale, bottle nose dolphin and common dolphin, a jaw of a coyote and even bones from various birds. It is an interesting extra activity for the afternoon!
Life is incredible and we have to live it like there is no tomorrow… Thank you Ellen and Nancy for remain us all the value of feeling the moment!