Los Patios Hotel
Travel Blogs from Cabo San Lucas
... our feeling of how friendly the locals are. Garry & I were stocking up on a few groceries at the local supermarket after dropping E & D at the airport. A young Mexican glanced at my trolley as we were passing in an aisle. "no,no" he looked at me and said, "not those ones" (I was buying prepackaged tortillas ). "Come with me" and he lead me to where the deli were making fresh ones with corn . They were still warm and a ...
... youth team at all and don't recognize what a hard job it can be!
We went back to our rooms and changed again and met everyone else at the bar for the crew disco. The first couple hours were so boring. Nobody danced and the music sucked. A few people finally got up and started dancing alone and it wasn't long before about 100 crew were all squished together dancing our hardest! So.Much.Fun. I was beat by the end of the disco and my bed was never more welcoming. ...
... of Joanne and a performer. :)
Our guide brought us to a bus which we all boarded and then proceeded to go to another place where we went on SUV/Jeeps. The vehicles had row seating around the edge of the back them. They weren't the most comfortable but they were a bit fun (it felt like riding on the back off a pick up truck).
Our guide was nice and tried to make the trip fun and interesting at the same time. His name was Denis or Denis The Menace as a ...
... to San Ysidro on the border of Mexico. Parked on the USA side and walked across the border into Mexico. Really wierd, there is no immigration so you don't get your passport stamped when you enter. Walked into Downtown Tijuana. Not much of a place we think it has seen it's day.... Stalls everywhere with heaps of **** for sale. Not very impressed at all. No charachter at all which was a little disappointing. So back to the border crossing to come back into the ...
Our next to last port is Cabo San Lucas. It is one of the few ports still visited in Mexico by cruise ships. With its isolation on the Baja Peninsula of Mexico, it is connected by only one road in and out of the town, but more importantly it has been isolated from all of the horrific violence that has touched many of the cities and towns on the mainland of Mexico. Cabo San Lucas is located at the very tip of Baja where the Cortez Sea meets the Pacific Ocean and the climate ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services