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Travel Blogs from Cabo San Lucas
... never knew it was played for more than solving ties.
Still a bit more alcohol to consume so we learn Kings, a favorite of Janene’s from her college days. We learned who can rhyme and who can’t. Who knows elements and who doesn’t. What a fun last night.
Tiger, Janene and Tassia will be leaving us tomorrow morning it has been fabulous and we agreed to do family adventures every four years.
... so cool to see them swimming in and out of the water around our boat. Our tour was to different parts of the Island, and around every corner the natural beauty was just so impressive. After sailing the seas for a little while exploring the outskirts of the island by boat, we came across another group of dolphins, this time there were much more of them and they kept swimming underneath us which was amazing. Tote has ...
... on to the Embarcadero, the funnel of the Island Princess was visible above the transit shed. The time was 12:25 and check-in had already started. Because check-in is from 12-4pm, there is a steady stream of passengers and for this reason the process is quick and efficient.
We found our cabin Caribe C420 and within 15 minutes our cases had arrived. It was time to get settled in. The cabin, as expected, was bigger than our hotel room in Nob Hill and the décor was ...
... at a high vantage point to
take that marked the southern and
northern boundaries. When we got back in the truck - nothing. Not turning over
at all - zilch. Wendy didn't have her cell phone, neither did I. Donna had her
'Canadian' phone, but no go with that. OK, 30 Celsius, dead vehicle, no means
of communication. Pretty good supply of water, and about a 3km walk to the
ranch house where we can get some help. GREAT!! Before we try ...
... was to dine at Patagonia, an Argentinian steak house. Yippeee hollered Celina! The place had reviews proclaiming it to be a "Carnivores Paradise" fortunately the menu offered a good range of selection for vegetarians as well, with Celina enjoying a grilled portabello mushroom and large baked potato. The highlight was probably the tasty and spicy chimchuri (sp) sauce that we added to everything in our meal yummy!
We boys however dined in style ...