Bahia Hotel & Beach Club
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Travel Blogs from Cabo San Lucas
... was pretty disappointing. Sure, the water was crystal clear and there were lots of birds, fish and seals around. Other than that, it was very touristy. It's essentially a large marina surrounded by bars, restaurants, shops and holiday apartments. There were hawkers everywhere trying to sell silver jewellery, hats, boat trips, food and drink etc. ...
... 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 ...
After 3 days and 1000 miles, I finally reached the tip of the Baja California Peninsula – Cabo San Lucas.
I wasn't really sure what to expect, but knew it had some bad ass arch to mark Lands End so wanted to go see that, whilst spending a bit of time on a beach… kind of important as it was too hot and humid to do anything else. And this (33 Degrees average) was in autumn – think I would actually die in the summer.
So first ...
... full refunds from the cruise line, while those who booked tours independently lost their money. I guess in the long run we end up paying a bit more, but we think the peace of mind is worth it.
Cabo is a tendering port, so we anchored a little off shore in the Sea of Cortez. The local government provides an endless stream of small boats to ferry the 3000 or so passengers to and from shore. It took some time, but we finally boarded a boat for the ten minute ride to ...