Grand Regina Los Cabos
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Well today we moved cabins! Unfortunately our cabin at the back of the ship, although really lovely was mega noisy when our speed went above 18 knots, to the extent that with everything vibrating like crazy we were unable to sleep. Anyway to cut a long story short, ...
... the town. Lots of choices as far as restaurants are concerned. We've had some excellent salsa (made at our table) and some fabulous guacamole, too bad about the cilantro which seems to be everywhere here. It's 5:00 pm and we're sat on the balcony, wrapped in towels (after a shower), enjoying a drink and watching the world go by...life is good! Our only decision tonight is where to go for ...
... because of the shape of his body. It was like dragging a four-foot 1x8 sideways through the water. After a bit we got him in the net and on board. We enjoyed him in several different recipes but possibly the best was as sashimi (raw).
As we were playing him, or maybe he was playing us, something made several large splashes behind the boat. As we watched we eventually were able to make out a large manta ray following us. After the initial jumps ...
... like serviced 3 times a day !!)
The other side of the debate is that most guests get great bargain deals to get on cruises in this MOR category. Ie $1300 pp for 17 nights !! and that’s to be waited on 24/7 all over the ship. Full price is about $3,200.
My view is that US$24 per couple a day for 17 days is excessive when you don’t know who gets it. Cruise vets describe the compulsory tip charge as a scam. So had no ...
... live, as opposed to Cabo San Lucas, where they only work and commute in from nearby communities. Of course, there is always a reminder that the area's number one business is still tourism - the prevalence of funny signs advertising the availability of Viagra! Every block seemingly had one, since cheap prescription drugs are apparently high on the shopping lists of many tourists. In fact, it's so prevalent that I was surprised that ...