Bajas Cactus Hotel Y Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... to the towns picturesque main plaza. San Jose, rich with romantic history full of stories of Pirate raids, indigenous tribes and Jesuits Missionaries who established the missionary we visited, in 1730. We sat in the shade and joined the locals at a covered, portable wheeled street cart (complete with hot plate), having fresh cooked corn tacos filled with pulled beef ..... $5 for 4 - put your own toppings in YUM!! Many artistic ...
There was a problem with the tenders so we didn't get off the ship until almost 10am. The tender ride was quick and we were on the catamaran heading out to sea in no time. It was in the 70's and the ride was nice. Open bar with Corona, Marguaritas, water, sodas and something called "Sex on the Beach" ( no, the drink). We went to a nice cove and snorkel end for a while. Then they served chips, salsa and sandwiches. They weren't stingy with the ...
... the deep fryer so it was very crisp and hot! Delicious!!!!!!!! We ate churros whilst watching an entertaining show in the town square. Then back to the hotel where I undid my massage by spending an agonising 2 hours on the phone to volaris airlines to try confirm my flight tomorrow to cancun. The details of the call are too painful to type so I'm going to skip over this as I seriously almost had a nervous breakdown last night lol. Anyway bed time ...
We'll, it's time to go home. After too much, we'll everything.... Too much sun. Too much water. Too much food. Too much quality family time. Neutral corners please!
After plenty hugs from the staff and one last Happy Hour we were picked up by Ulysses our driver and taken the 45 minutes or so to Cabo airport.
I must explain the the Happy Hour. The kids order smoothies all week, lots, which ...
... some cabana type, some high end. Everyone seemed to have a good time here. The clubs here are pretty popular including Cabo Wabo, Pink Kitty and El Squid Roe. They have no cover to these clubs, but beer costs a fortune in here. Most of these clubs are open air meaning open on the outside with no walls. All of these clubs are more or less right next to each other and I thought it was weird that ...