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... terribly ‘Mexican’ part of Mexico. We’re in ‘little America’, really. The prices are high, the food is dumbed down, the prices are in USD as well as pesos. Rather than exploring, the main activities here are boating, stand up paddle boarding, jetskiing and drinking.
But the little tastes of Mexico I do get, make me want more. I want to go more places, see more things. All of the things. Maybe that’s what dad was afraid ...
Merry Mexican Christmas to all!!! I woke up to an absolutely beautiful sunny day :) after breakfast Ken and I wandered around the marina. Due to it being Christmas most of the shops were closed however we managed to pop in and out of a few places. Afterwards we caught a water taxi to Lovers beach for another swim and so Ken could do more snorkelling with his go pro camera :) I took a dip however I saw jellyfish (eeeek!) so I ended up lazing ...
... is about 25 river size pools to swim in, and I only had ten days.
Outside of the fancy resorts, El Arco is a must see as well as getting yourself out of these resorts and seeing the town, and eating real Mexican food. The food in these resorts is not REAL Mexican food. Go outside the hotel and eat food at taquerias. If you want to actually experience Mexico go outside of Cabo San Lucas and explore ...
... your shoelaces, put sunscreen (SPF 200 if you find) and get ready to walk!
This is an enormous archeological site in the Basin of Mexico, just 30 miles (48 km) northeast of Mexico City, containing some of the largest pyramidal structures built in the pre-Columbian Americas. The name means "where man met the gods."
Get prepared to be run over by locals trying to ...
... Mary imprinted on his clock. Following this a church was built on the site and over the next 6 years more still be seen in the Catherdral of Guadalupe.
Next we are off to the ancient Totec City of Teotihuacan and the pyramids of The Sun and The Moon along with the Calle de los Muertos ( The street of the dead). In the first and second centuries AD Teotihuacan was a colossal urban centre housing up to 125,000 people and covered over 8 square miles. ...