Las Cabanas Del Capitan
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... get the waypoints from another yatista (Third Day) to help enter and avoid the sandbar.
Waves? I looked at Dois, "waves and sandbars?" I squeaked.
This was reminiscent of our recent experience at Puerto Los Cabos after an earthquake in Chile. On February 27, 2010, an earthquake with a magnitude of 8.8 was recorded off the coast of Chile. A tsunami warning was issued after a hundred and forty foot wave that had consumed one of the ...
... wrong everyday in restaurants
- It still hasn't rained (in three months)
- The gaping 3-foot deep hole on the beachfront street hasn't completely filled with garbage yet
Feliz Semana Santa!
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... to still get cold at night. At one point I went and stole tablecloths from a closed restaurant to use as blankets, haha. We awoke after a long night to the sight of people walking on the beach all around us looking at us like we were bums. Pretty funny actually, we got in the dinghy and headed back for the boat. The town was just as interesting in the day, fresh fruit markets, and beach vendors with ...
... you can choose between two completely different varieties of heavily sugared cereals you'll spend the morning swimming in the pool, soaking up some sun and lying on the wonderfully flat cement floor (no towels provided). Bring your own sunscreen, although we don't recommend using it until you have a nice pink base to build on. A lunch of ham sandwiches, fruit and strangely small oreos will have you ...
... of everyday life. In other words - their two little boys. Oh, sure, they'd deny it of course, because saying that out loud would make them bad parents, or at least a little too honest for the Parent's Guild, but who can't use a break every now and again? And the bright side is that in this day and age of cell phones and webcams the technologically savvy parent can save a mint on unnecessary babysitting fees. You can bet Kieran and ...