Casa Bella Boutique Hotel
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... in 5 months. It has been the trip of a lifetime. Would I do it again? You betcha! But of everywhere - it's still Israel who beckons ...... So thanks for reading, those of you who bothered... I'm going to make this into a book for myself so would appreciate a line or two from you to include at the end. There is provision for leaving comments at the bottom of this entry. It's been fun writing this, though at times it sat on my head like homework! See you all real soon ...
... where many surfers were waiting to catch a softer surf than we experience at our beach......a great whale watching spot in the right season.
We enjoyed a cool down drink while patting ourselves on the back, of yet another unexpected great 'find' for the day.
Our walks up the beach are left till the early evening when the sun is setting behind the huge rocks that are further up the beach, ...
... Not once did any of us feel anything other than at home and welcomed. The people of Baja are almost universally smiling and waving; “Buenos Dias” and “Hola” are ubiquitous.
I have roamed, both alone and with my friends, the downtown of Cabo San Lucas and nearby streets and driven extensively through both the city and the airport roadway. Once I learned that “Alto” signs were mostly optional, I learned ...
... first trip I have made from the sea rather than the air.
This is my first trip since the spectacular Plaza Sendero Mall shootout of October 28, 2011, when, according to news reports, hundreds of tourists like me "cowered for hours" while Mexican security forces traded gunfire with twelve AK-47 toting “narco trafficantes.” Word is that the story was “overblown.” I shall not worry about such things as worse occurs in ...
I began my journey from home, were I was able to spend time with my family and quite luckily I spent some days with my grandmother Ruth. Sadly, she passed away in the early morning of the 5th of June. It is sad that she is no longer with us, but I'm grateful for the time I got to spend with her. Seeing her happy and content at the end of her life was an incredible thing, and I must say that the whole experience of her passing was a beautiful thing, I can ...