Las Olas

Address: Km 28 , San Jose Del Cabo, Los Cabos, Baja California, 23400, Mexico | Condo
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This condo, located on Km 28 , San Jose Del Cabo, is near Cabo Wabo Cantina, Playa del Amor (Lover's Beach), Cabo Pulmo Marine Preserve, and Baja Wild.
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      Travel Blogs from San Jose Del Cabo

      Cathedrals, crafts and chocolate

      A travel blog entry by segacs on Dec 23, 2014

      20 photos

      ... speakers in the square, we met up with Vanessa.and the five of us went to see the sights.

      Puebla has a compact city centre and there aren't too many must-see attractions, but there are some. We set out for the historical library, an old paneled beautiful room filled with Latin volumes that looked like something straight out of a Harry Potter film. Extremely cool place where I could imagine spells being cast, or ancient knowledge being ...

      Finally home in Cabo

      A travel blog entry by joec404 on Oct 20, 2013

      8 photos

      ... arroyos. Yikes! Just past Loreto, some dude tried to pass us on a blind cure at 75 miles an hour, and slammed into my driver's side mirror, totaling it. Why is it that all male Mexicans insist on testing their manhood on death defying driving. Apparently, if you don't cheat death a few times you ain't got "ouevos". That's going to be spendy to replace.

      Got to LaGuna Hills, and everything is a fluorescent green and the yard ...

      Climbing a Volcano

      A travel blog entry by srbruner on Oct 29, 2012

      5 comments, 32 photos

      ... were otherwise no ill effects. Two hours into the climb, the sky began lighting up in the east. Popo’s red glow disappeared, the city of Puebla appeared, and we hiked higher under clear skies. I took off my winter hat and a couple of layers. During breaks, I drank from the four liters of water I was carrying and snacked on cheese, apples, nuts, chocolate and hummus sandwiches. The fact that I was feeling great was in ...

      Hokay... dokay.

      A travel blog entry by andreasolo on Dec 28, 2010

      Short but sweet.. And, sweet.

      All I gotta say is that the Mexican vacay traveler is MUCH different than the SE Asian / Euro traveler.

      However.. On that note. Landed safe and kinda slept. Simply the shortest international flight I can remember. And I remember Sage and I used to come down here so often..

      Anyway. More tomorrow. Suffice it to say that I have ...

      More stairs, and eating crickets

      A travel blog entry by sam.callender on Feb 13, 2010

      1 comment, 20 photos

      ... Most modern day Mexicans are catholic, and I've been wondering if any of them find it strange that they are practicing a religion that was violently forced upon their ancestors, or if anyone thinks about it at all. I would like to ask my host family about this, but I'll have to wait a few weeks so as to ask in a way that is neither offensive nor bias in any way. Another peculiar thing that we have discussed as a class is that fact that many people here are a mix ...