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    Whale watching in Baja, Mexico

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    • Joni Bozzo

      Whale watching in mag Bay, Photo by John Quilter "MEXICO; we paddled up to this grey whale. He was asleep and snoring"

    • Carolina Guillen

      Whale watching. Grey Whale, Magdalena Bay, Baja, Mexico photo via ittany, I've been here it's ASOME!

    • Denise Utter

      GOD i want to go whale watching soooo bad! i always have! I'm going to go whale watching in 2013 in San Diego!!! -Grey Whale, Magdalena Bay, Baja, Mexico photo via ittany

    • Elizabeth Rosa

      Whale watching. Grey Whale, Magdalena Bay, Baja, Mexico photo via ittany

    • Dawn Kedzior Mustread

      Whale watching in Baja, Mexico - this is on my bucket list too!

    • nancyb

      Whale watching in Baja, Mexico...I think we need a bigger boat

    • Robin

      Bucketlist : Whale watching in Baja, Mexico

    • Kelly Shaw

      Love ocean life

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