Montecristo Estates Pueblo Bonito
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... by Golden Princess and it is still Easter week it is very busy here today. On our last visit we took a taxi tour so this time we opt to walk round town. There are lots of pharmacies offering all sorts of prescription drugs from Viagra to Prozac, no idea why, maybe they are not regulated here? But we refrained from purchasing a drug stash and headed for the jewellery shops instead of which there were many, so lots ...
... his first family home and studio. Truly fascinating and after the tour I wandered the streets to spot his architecture, which wasn't hard. He had such a distinctive style, very innovative for his time. Oak Park is also the birthplace of Ernest Hemingway so I visited his museum. In the 80s Timmy and I went to his home in Key West - where there are so many Ernest Hemingway look alikes, it's hilarious. They have a competition every year! The Chicago Art Institute was an ...
Finding our way around by car in Cabo is daunting ...there appears to be no road rules that people abide by -locals just see a gap and go for it. Vehicles just roll on through what we think are stop signs, and we can see by the state of many of the local vehicles, that they really treat the roads like a race track.
After our dose of sun at Chileno Bay yesterday (where I have since discovered the Burres ...
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 ...
... piece of my heart at Nikki Beach Cabo. Seriously! LOL!
Here's a tip though: Call Nikki Beach to reserve your day beds in advance (it gets VERY crowded)! Which in cost is about $150-$300. It's worth it though!
I can't WAIT to go back!!! ...