Club El Moro Hotel Suites
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... to settle in as Jorge got stung by a jellyfish. Then we got back in the boat so Pancho could get us closer. I jumped out again with Andy, only for him to also get stung. Then we swam back in panic ( I was gettin' my a** out of there!! Whale Shark and Jellyfish?! No thank you!!!) Everyone survived, and the Whale Shark was really cool. However, I preferred the docile sea lions. Yesterday was spent with me waking up to watch the sun rise, going back to sleep, tanning at the ...
... who swim around us for a moment before disappearing out of sight. We arrive back in La Paz just before the sun sets and I join Diego and his friends to explore more of the carnival and watch the cumbia band 'Los Angeles Azules' and try to avoid being squished in the crush of people!
The next day I catch the 2 hour bus down the coast to San Jose del Cabo where my flight to Culiacan leaves in 2 days time.
... invasion into their world. After a bit we found a shallow patch of sand in the middle of the reef and stood up. When we got our masks off we found ourselves face to face with a small group of brown pelicans. Just as the fish weren’t disturbed by our presence, neither were these guys. They are very unique looking creatures. Hanging out with the pelicans were several blue-footed boobies. Seeing them was a first for us. And yes, they ...
... 8220;You looking for a bribe, a mordita?” Of course, no reply with two of us present (one as witness). His face tells us we have the psychological upper hand and with a resigned look he waves us on. I’m sorry, we are not in the business of subsidizing poorly paid cops with outrageous bribes because the government of a country can or will not pay decent salaries. Paying bribes just exacerbates the problem and ultimately helps no one. We have only ever once paid a bribe in ...
... if all else fails, I’ll simply shrug and say ‘hablas ingles’ (Do
you speak English?!)
San Ignacio was very relaxing. We explored the very small
town (pretty, but took about 20 minutes) and kayaked along the river to some
fresh water springs, which were beautiful. It was so quiet you could hear each
and every butterfly and dragonfly skim the water and every bird rustle in the
trees and bushes. During our ...