Grand Regina Los Cabos
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... the trivia night, trivia power couple we have now. We even got points for doing the Macarena dance and the chicken dance. Then Leesh competed in the drinking challenge against two other ladies and had to do a tequila shot and skull a beer then blow a balloon til it breaks. But she thought the guy said blow it up and break it with your nails, so disqualified despite being in the lead. So after that we kicked onto another club called Happy ...
... the break but every now and then a bigger set will come in and dump you right on the beach. It would be totally unsuitable for kids. The pool however is beautiful. The Villa Estancia is part of three villa complex (we are in the middle) and the atmosphere is pretty gentle. But if you go to the complex next door there are little kids everywhere, a waterslide into the pool and Iron Maiden playing on big speakers around the pool.... its the party pool! ...
... where you get the odd hat seller walking along the beach. At one point when we decided to count, we could see more than 20 white shirted sellers in our surroundings. 20! They were everywhere, and they had some form of identification and they were all in white selling sunglasses, pots, lucha libre masks, hats, and the hair things. Jeez, so glad Cancun isn’t like that. Although the beaches in Cancun don’t ...
... they are persevering and are luckier than many others as they have 3 viable wells. They also run solar panels to provide electricity. Out of the 1000 acres, I would guess maybe 5 10 are being cultivated or tended. We walk for a bit and Wendy shows us the area immediately surrounding the ranch. She then uncovers the quads and we go for a ride on the 'wild' part of the ranch. They have cleared trails in many parts of the property and the 'Arroyos' provide ...
... off the highway to enjoy this spectacle. The whales have now given birth in the Sea of Cortez and are migrating back to Alaska with their calves for the summer. We have seen both humpback and grey whales and judging by their numbers in our vicinity the population is numerous and healthy.
There's more to write, but I'll put it in the next blog, asap, I hope.
Celina and Mirek/Pollos Libres