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Travel Blogs from San Jose Del Cabo
... 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 ...
... dipping as had happened in the past. About 65 hampers were given out and the families were very gracious and appreciative in accepting them. For families that on the surface look like they have nothing, they are so warm and always smiling. Some of them stayed around after receiving their hampers chatting with our group through our smattering of Spanglish.
Then came the children turn, as I mentioned, Celina's mom had brought school ...
... of the cruise, we climbed all of the stairs as walked thru the Deck 5 atrium, around the ship on the Deck 7 walkway, and up to the very top of the ship on Deck 14 for the overlook of the ship and the harbor. Tonight there would be large crowds of formally dressed fellow travelers wandering around the ship, heading for dinner or one of the several shows available in the main theater or nightclubs, but now it was sunny, warm, and quiet. There was no rush to ...
... out to Lovers Beach, Divorce Beach and the famous Cabo arch a.k.a. El Arco de Cabo San Lucas. They also stopped off at the sea lion beach where there was a herd of sea lions gathered on some rocks nearby..... The water was crystal clear and they had a great time swimming around the tropical fish which were in abundance.
Tonight Katrina and I got dressed and headed downstairs for the Friday night Mexican buffet in the hotel. It was ok, probably a ...
I feel it is important for me to write a little about what I feel to be an unfair treatment about Mexico in the news.
Tourism is the 3rd largest part of our economy, and many people depend on tourism and foreign investment.
Recently, Mexico has suffered a trifecta of bad press resulting in a huge drop in tourism revenue. I would like to address these issues one by one, separate the facts from the myths and hopefully inspire ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking