Bahia Hotel & Beach Club
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... boat for our daily fishing excursions. The current fishing report shows they are catching blue and stripped Marlin, Dorado and Tuna.
The all-guys group includes my brother, Ken and his longtime friend, Bill and his son, Rob. Also joining us is Rob's friend, Tracy. Rob and Tracy are younger, probably in their early 30's, so it is a good mix. The common denominator, of course, is that everyone loves fishing. The ...
... for wildlife, plus who can resist holding something that cute. That night we grabbed some food at Seņor Frogs and then headed home. We were all exhausted from relaxing on a boat all day and were in bed by 9:00. I am not kidding. Doing nothing takes a lot of energy.
Tonight we are heading for supper on another boat, because I guess now my family likes boats. Thanks for reading these blogs and commenting. You guys are great.
... Pedegral which was absolutely beautiful and there were fire pits all around the place! It was absolutely romantic hehehe we had a Christmas feast with pumpkin soup, fennel and grape salad, turkey, rib eye, mashed potatoes, stuffing, Brussels sprouts, apple tart with vanilla and candied ginger flakes ice cream and finally choc truffles. Phew* food comaaaaas (actually Ken is asleep from a food coma now!). Ok night timeeeee sleepy ...
... beach setting. Heading out from Cabo San Lucas, we were treated to an all included continental breakfast. The Mexican coffee was delicious.
We cruised out by the famous Lovers Beach, past a large sea lion colony and on to the spectacular cliffs and rock formations of Lands End. We spent a time here enjoying the sunrise and sound of talkative sealines before raising sail and setting off for Chileno Bay around 45 minutes away. The journey itself was ...
... language. Could’ve just about paid for our trip by selling Phoenix shirts in San Lucas in Mexico yesterday. Everyone wanted to buy it. No-one knew who the Wn Phoenix were but they did all know about the A League because of del Piero joining Sydney. They just loved the shirt. Some poms on our tender boat yesterday also knew all about the A League because of Heskey being at Newcastle.
So after 17 days at sea, it’s packing the suitcase ...