Cabo Surf Hotel
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Our next to last port is Cabo San Lucas. It is one of the few ports still visited in Mexico by cruise ships. With its isolation on the Baja Peninsula of Mexico, it is connected by only one road in and out of the town, but more importantly it has been isolated from all of the horrific violence that has touched many of the cities and towns on the mainland of Mexico. Cabo San Lucas is located at the very tip of Baja where the Cortez Sea meets the Pacific Ocean and the climate ...
... Arch). It is the most recognised rock formation on the headland.
As we weren’t going to be experiencing the ‘warm smell of colitas rising up in the air’ we decided to check out the water taxis that will take you out in to the bay to view the rock formations close up.
Princess cruise were charging $69 for ‘El Arco and a costal cruise’. Surprisingly, this tour sold out as well. If I have been on board for 2 solid days (I think ...
... 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 ...
... to be home to our favorite watering hole "Baja Brewing". The rooms are beautifully appointed and many have ocean views. Since we were well researched and prepared, we were able to resist all of their sales pitches and left with our goodies.
It is quite interesting seeing these resorts, we've already signed up with Simon to see another property this coming weekend.
Ah, gotta love the School of Life!
Hablamos proxima semana/ Talk to you next ...
Day 4, October 13, 2010
Well, darn, for some reason we lost all we wrote yesterday so we will have to start all over again. That is always a bummer, and this is the second time it has happened!
So, yesterday I was up before sunrise again. This is going to be pretty much a day of rest so to speak. We started off with a wonderful breakfast of scrambled eggs with tomatoes, ham and cheese that Mary prepared. Kathy provided toast to go along with it. All ...