Zip lining in Mexico!

Probably one of the most exhilarating and scariest things I’ve ever done was go zip lining. A couple weekends ago the hubs and I celebrated our 2 year anniversary with a carnival cruise trip to Ensenada, Mexico. We hadn’t been on a cruise together so we thought it would be a fun experience… And it sure was! It was also our first weekend away without the baby so it was kind of a big deal for us!

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On top of all the eating, drinking, activities, and then more eating the cruise ship stopped at Ensenada on Saturday. My mom had advised us that if we were going to do any adventuring while in Mexico to not sign up with the cruise line because we would save $. So, being the crazy risk takers that we were, we found this man on the side of the road and offered him $60 to take us to this camp on this brochure called “Las Canadas” and to La Bufadora to witness the famous blow hole. He was nice and went for it.

So.. Off to the biggest thrill of our lives! It was totally not what I expected it would be.

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What I thought was just going to be a one time soar through the air ended up being an intense 2hr obstacle course with 5 zip lines and 5 suspended bridges! I felt like I was on an episode of Ninja Warrior or something. But by the time we realized what we were about to do, there was no turning back!
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It was a beautiful place nonetheless and definitely an experience of a lifetime!

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