Bajas Cactus Hotel Y Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... ride. The boat tour left from the pier and within just a few minutes of casting off we were at lands end and the arches. The incredible part was the sea lions they were everywhere, swimming in the water and lying on the rock formations. You could here the seals barking, many of them were making lots of noise. The boat ride lasted 45 minutes. After getting off the boat we took a bus to a restaurant at the opposite end of town where ...
... homes hanging precariously on the outcrops that only the extremely wealthy could afford to build. The surf pounding in with brave fishermen trying their luck at surf casting, while loving couples dine under candle light on the beach. Formations of Pelican making low passes over the waves on their nightly dusk pass south to , "where ever they go" every evening - think it is on the rocks at Lands end .
... of nowhere Mexico? Never fear, we have arrived to a gate that looks fairly legit and an older Mexican gentleman opens it for us where the bus then pulls in and lets us out. The gate is closed behind us and its keeper tells us, in very poor English, to "wait". Meanwhile his thin sad looking dog takes a lunge at one of the children in the tour and he proceeds to laugh....oh boy.
Parked off to the side are two giant yellow safari jeeps, which will be our ...
... Baja, where the situation is more settled. Los Cabos has never been mentioned in any DOS travel advisories. Crime rates in Baja are much lower than in many U.S. metropolitan areas, including Kansas City, MO.
Local and federal governments execute searches along the single north/south roadway, Highway One, to prevent introduction of drugs or stolen property. Tourism police patrol the streets and walk the marina. Officers are bilingual. ...
... really doesn't taste great! The story behind the guys from Patrone is an interesting one, it's actually an American company that came to Mexico and started their business flooding the US market with tequila that was made from 50percent sugar cane and the balance from the agardo plant...This is not legal in Mexico but the American company did so well that they eventually built their own production facilities in the US and now make the pure stuff themselves. ...