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... on the other five rafts and the kayaks! Well the rafts were ably steered and crewed but the kayaks another matter. If I tell you one guy arrived in pristine white socks and new blue and yellow trainers to kayak and he said he'd previously kayaked you would expect there to be dramas. As there were when he beached himself,then got swept under an over hanging tree and then was nearly pushed down the rapids out of line! So we were having to paddle hard to get in position ...
... bar flanks the patio table. Beyond is the private infinity pool, firepit for twelve flanked by fountains, spa for eight, hammock gazebo for two, Viking grill, another wicker seating area for ten or more and, beyond and below, the sea. At the side is an outdoor toilet, outdoor shower and outdoor sink hiding behind more fountains.
There are two master suites, each with its own king sized bed and oversized balcony. The larger of the ...
In 1975 we spent a year on our sailboat in Mexico. We were in Cabo 3 times. Believe me, there is no resemblance to what it was like then and now.
There were only 3 hotels there and the streets weren't paved. Now it is huge. Hotels, condos restaurants everywhere. When we were there, there were plans to build a marina. It is now filled with fishing boats.
We went ashore and found a good real ...
... warm and tropical. It is a clean city by any countries standards with most of it residents bilingual. That is a better average than the United States for bilingual residents. We have been to Cabo San Lucas more times than we have been to any other foreign port. But today we have a specific goal in mind for the port. The charger on our cell phone has broken and we need to have a fully charged phone when we reach San Francisco and need to contact Paul for our pick up and ...
... The first night I spent just soaking in the scenery. We are located in between The Cabos, so the first night we decided to be adventurous and take the bus towards Cabo San Lucas. Let me tell you, chivalry is not dead in Mexico! The bus was packed, but as soon as we got on three men stood so that Lisa, Kelly and I could have a seat! I was flattered and very thankful since I was pretty tired. We ate a great dinner at a nice seafood place called Villa Serena. I think I ...