Cabo Surf Hotel
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Today we went to the hottest place I've ever been in my life… Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. I-yi-yi Hot Hot Hot I was really excited for today because today was going to be the day we actually did what I like to do on vacation the most – swim, snorkel, get in the water!! I am a bit of a water baby and hubby had never snorkeled in the ocean before! After much back and forth thoughts about what we were going to do today, hubby and I decided to do the Carnival Sail ...
... to swim or surf in some of the areas of this beach, but when we arrived at this beach by boat, it felt like we were in a Dali painting, everything seemed so surreal out of context, and it seemed nothing like what I witnesses before in other beaches. And last but not least, we have La Bahia de Santa Maria. which is awesome to swim in, but at points the beach can get violent. When I went to this beach it was very calm to swim in, and then it started to get violent, which ...
Celina's parents took an opportunity the first week of March to fly over to the mainland and do a railway tour of the Copper Canyon. The Copper Canyon or Barranca de Cobre in Spanish, is a canyon that is actually larger and deeper than the Grand Canyon.
Bev and Doug enjoyed a week of travel by train, gondola and accommodations right on the cliff of the canyon. They relate that this is a "Must Do" on ...
... businesses payed for a plaster cast of a fish and then artists were commissioned to paint the fish. It is really interesting to see what the artist saw in the fish (check out the pictures)
Last Friday was another fundraiser for the Los Cabos Humane Society. This event is called "Dressed to the K-9's". It is a black tie affair hosted at a villa overlooking the Sea of Cortez. Needless to say that since I didn't bring a black ...
... first time share presentation so we really didn’t have any idea what it would be like. It was interesting and while we felt a little bad for the sales person we did learn a lot about the process.
We got back to the Villa and had some sandwiches then headed off to town and the marina "tourist" area. We rented a taxi to take us in which cost $12 US for 5 of us. In town we cruised the tourist markets looking to see what could be had. Things were slow because ...