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Travel Blogs from Cabo San Lucas
... answer was …”Do you have any US dollars”? “No” … looking at me like I’d lost my marbles…. “take out your wallet and show this man – he thinks you have US dollars."
With that the shopkeeper looked into Doug’s wallet and I showed him my $US14. I asked “Will you take Australian dollars as that’s all we have”.
His scepticsm remained and he eyed ...
Temperature: 29 degrees Celsius
Weather: Partly cloudy skies
Under partly cloudy skies and a temperature “to die for” at 29 degrees Celsius, the Legend of the Seas made its way towards a new destination in view, more precisely towards Cabo San Lucas in nowhere else than “Mexico”, at 11:00am this morning!
... and extensive sun.
Today marks six months. Six continuous months of travel since we left Melbourne on Anzac Day, April 25. The trip is just about at its end now. It all couldn't really have gone any better. We have had enough of this cruise ship, and looking forward to getting back to sleeping with windows on dry land. I think I'm getting Cabin Fever. Pancakes... pancakes!
In two days, we arrive in Los Angeles for our final four nights. Looking forward to ...
... to pulling away without her… So funny, yet terrifying things... something out of a horror film if they had been any bigger.
We finally arrived in Cabo Pulmo, and embarked on another boat trip where they stopped off at random points for us to jump in and snorkel in one of the three living reefs in the Americas. Nothing compared to the reefs of Cancun, and the water was freezing, but it was ...
We met up with the other Scrambled Egg Heads for our evening dose of Trivia. Within 40 minutes we were supping champagne courtesy of our latest win.
We now have 3 days at sea to sit back and enjoy the weather, food, company and just chill. The only problem I find with too many sea days is that you get in to such a routine that it becomes a bit of an imposition when you finally arrive at the next port. It also takes a while to adjust your sea legs back to landlubber ...