Casa Bella Boutique Hotel
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... let alone ruining anyone else’s.
I’m off to Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur, Mexico, to meet Kristy – who I’ve known for about 12 years now. We met through mutual friends but it’s always been easiest to say 'college’ (years 11 and 12 in my town), although we didn’t really attend the same one.
Of that particular group of my friends, Kristy and I weren’t always the closest pair. ...
... and service with our 7.15pm departure , setting us up in time for a nice evening meal..... although we missed out on usual beverage of wine and beer due to turbulence. Crew were forced to abandon serving our meals and drinks for a time, but fortunately we did eventually get food.
Los Angeles was hot and sunny for our lunchtime arrival, and we settled into our overnight accommodation for 1 evening, prior to our early ...
... yelled the whole way day! What a thrill... Glad I did it but. Plus I think it would of been harder to get down haha. Keenan did it twice... He was going to go even higher but then didn't. After snorkeling and paddling around we walked 100m around the rocks to another beach known as Lovers beach-Sea of Cortez. We laid in the sun for a couple of hours and then took another walk to Divorce beach which is on the other side so it's the Pacific Ocean. You are not allowed to swim ...
... included some pictures of some of our sightings.
A couple hours passed and a siren sounded to announce departure time. It was enough time to see just about all there was to see in the area. Back aboard and hozed off, there was a nice relaxing return trip to enjoy, complete with open bar and snacks. I polished off a few Mexican beers and enjoyed the sunshine. We were even lucky enough to see a sea lion swim by on the way!
Once back in Cabo San Lucas ...
... the sun go down. Perfection.
We continued the tour around the island to find other interesting places. We went to an enclosure where the encompassing edges of the Island looked really ghoulish and spooky; black, grey with jutted edges. The place had a fitting name, I just can’t remember it, gah. We also came across a random face in the wall and a place where hundreds of pelicans had set up ...