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... and it once again nails it. Great Mexican music, sensational food at a mint price. 4 tacos and a Mexican water later and we are off again to cruise the streets. We head down and find a bar with wi-fi to check emails, Leesh to update social media and get the next leg of accomodation for when Purto arrives. We notice that there seems to be an increase in people around now and after a beer and sangria and we head ...
... as the southern tip of the San Lucas Bay (where Legend is anchored) just west of El Arco (the arch of so many iconic Cabo photos). Walking though the striking rock formations at this “land’s end—the extreme tip of Baja—tourists transition from tiny waves traversed by seals to crashing waves pounding the facing beach which sits on the Gulf of California and the Pacific. You can only reach this place by water taxi. I am not ...
... military checkpoint (or which there are numerous on the way down), and a few minutes later a Federally, or Federal State Patrol, gets out of his vehicle, brandishing an AK47 to ask us what we're doing there. My funny-bone instinct was to throw up my hands and yell "Don't Shoot, We surrender", but not knowing if he had a sense of humor, decided to play it cool. He was ok, after it settled down, just curious why a couple of old gringos ...
... of our belongings into the crashing waves. ****.
We ran into the sea, which was pretty rough with a nasty undercurrent, to try and save our things. T-shirts and flip floats floating. All was saved apart from my beautiful shorts.
RIP shorts, it was fun. Wah.
For breakfast/lunch we enjoyed our time at the famous Mango Deck, which shortly filled up with ...
... and dance about Mexican food, but to me it’s not that special. As far as my limited experience goes, it’s all just tacos, fajitas and deep fried things. There’s a lot of cheese and beef involved and doesn’t really get me too excited, but you’ve got to do as the locals do when you travel, otherwise you become just another tourist asking for French fries with your ...
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