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Travel Blogs from Cabo San Lucas
... sea. I think this day was probably the highlight of our trip for me. We paid $550 pesos which is roughly 25/30 pounds for our unforgettable 4 hour trip to Isla Espiritu Santo.
There was just the 4 of us and our guide on our little lancho boat and as we made our way to the Island, nature lady Rosie, who always spots things, saw some dolphins. The first wild dolphins that I have seen in Mexico and ...
... I can highly recommend the website I found at www.greywhale.com/interest.htm This offers a wealth of info on grey whales and no, the author is no relation!
We rumbled and rattled our way back towards San Ignacio breathing a big sigh of relief on regaining the tar (Defenders love sand, mud, rivers, rocks, even snow and ice – they do not excel on washboard or corrugated gravel where their truck like, and yes, very tough suspension transmits every bump back to ...
... grumpy!! If she was grumpy, she still managed a smile.
We checked out of the hotel, left our luggage in the lobby and headed toward the Cable car museum. This was only a few blocks away…and free. Not only did this house cable cars of ages gone by but also contained the flywheels and pullies that kept the 3 cable car lines in working order. (except when they breakdown!!)
We called a taxi from the hotel and within minutes we were heading for Pier 35. As ...
... arriving in Mexico. After a stop at the house, we
headed for the ranch. Rancho El Parrolito is located in the mountains behind
San Jose Del Cabo. It is a thousand acre ranch - yes you heard right 1000
acres! This is the real deal. We drove about 45 minutes up a hilly, curvy dirt
road in Wendy's SUV, definitely not a
road for our Corolla. We branched off the main dirt road and on to the driveway
into the ranch and continued to climb. ...
... to Kelowna to live with her new adopted family in Canada. Our first official Cabo dog "rescue". She was a super foster dog and we're sure she will have a great "forever" home with her new family. The good news is we'll be able to visit with her when we're in Kelowna. Thank you to our friends Cathy and Greg for escorting Roxxy to Kelowna.
On a lighter note, Celina and I joined our friend Phil from Baja Junkie for a dinner out one night. ...