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Travel Blogs from San Jose Del Cabo
... of the cruise ship newlyweds ...would he show up? or was he face down in the Sea of Cortez covered with Man-o-war tentacles? He did show up...they are hashing it out close by as Steve walks Madi back to the room to tuck in with the other kids. It is 8:47pm and as I have laid watching the kids swimming, diving, running, a-mucking...from my lounge chair, I miraculously am not as tired as they are.
I wasn’t quite ready to leave Mexico yet (the warmth and the
beaches were so tempting) so I headed all the way down to the Baja peninsula to
Cabo San Lucas. My, did I have some
adventures here! My chauffeurs for the
day decided to go on a road trip. We
were following the coast road and it was lovely but then we spotted what we
thought was a diversion sign so we followed it off the road. We ...
While most people think of Cabo San Lucas as "Cabo", in actuality Cabo San Lucas is only the western end of a 20 mile long resort strip collectively marketed as "Los Cabos". At the eastern end of the strip lies San Jose del Cabo, also dominated by a strip of big seaside resort hotels and their affluent North ...
... and flippers and swam out to the reef - lots of garish colored tropical fishes but nothing as exciting as snorkeling with sea lions.
Tacos Cabo Pulmo sounded like it must be the local specialty at the beachside La Palapa restaurant, so I figured I'd give them a try figuring it must be something fishy. Tacos in Mexico are usually served with rather dry ingredients, unheated tortillas (either flour or corn) and lots of salsas and toppings, but ...
... course, proper roads and big hotels even if the place is currently protected to the hilt. Get it while you can.
The only "live" coral reef (whatever that means to us novices, but sounds good) for 1000s of miles, the snorkelling is breathtaking, again - crystal clear, warm water, coral to die for, big neon fish, though the moray eels look a bit ...