Cabo Surf Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Lands End to see El Arco. On the way the captain (Juan) pointed out various rocks that looked like things: an owl; a seahorse; a witch with a big belly?? The last one I didn't really get. Then the boat pulled into Lovers Beach and dropped us off for a swim. Behind lovers beach was Divorce Beach which you can't swim at because it's on the Pacific Coast side and you'd get dragged out to sea, just what you need after a divorce?? Anyway back on Lovers ...
... the hotel I had no reason to leave the grounds. There were multiple pools with multiple bars. I could have easily swam in a pool all day. Super relaxing. However, I choose to find a chair on the beach and just take it easy while I watch all the boaters and para-sailors fly by. However, I did not end up getting all the rest and peace and quiet I was looking for since most of the people on ...
... a restaurant called, Hacienda Cocina y Cantinia, great place, very romantic. My parents watched the girls, so it was just Chad, my sister, and her husband. The resort that this restaurant is located in, is beautiful. You are right on the beach, and have comfortable seating to enjoy your meal, overlooking the sea of Cortez. Our food was fantastic, and not to overly price for the quantity and quality of the entree's. ...
... to be
a Dairy Queen right next door!!!!...i was so excited and got an Oreo
blizzard at 11:00...then we picked up the fam and went back to the
hotel where we laid out, got dinner, and headed to bed...for the next
two days we laid on the beach, relaxed, ordered fun drinks and went to
dinner in the harbor....For the entire vacation i was able to fulfill
my mission of not having any Mexican food ...
... largely of English speaking expats representing everything from travel life insurance, pet sitting and retail planning and design, you name it, it was there.
The featured speaker was Marco, a lawyer who gave a brief presentation on using mediation to resolve business related conflicts rather than litigation. It was a lively Q&A. Celina and I actually had a chance to speak with Marco before his presentation and ...