Travel Blogs from San Jose Del Cabo
... it was fantastic... hurt like hell on my back and shoulders. It was nice hearing the sea and super relaxing. Went back to the room after and had a jacuzzi then got changed. Everyone drifted in over the next hour or so while we had a few drinks. Jason and Kim wanted to go to a really nice sushi place (very expensive), Ngaio had suggested a lobster place (which also turned out to be expensive). We thought we would go with the ...
... and the whole time I'm figuring Donna is off & waiting. Wrong. FOUR HOURS later we are reunited and I'm a basket case. It was more difficult to get off the ferry IN Mexico, than it was to get IN TO Mexico! I have to say, this is the first time I've had derogatory feelings about the country. We do here later on that the G20 convention is coming to Los Cabos later this spring, and maybe that's why the extra ...
... was fine and when we saw some houses
we stopped and asked about the detour – turns out that we’d actually been
following signs for an off road race!
Good job all those ATVs and dirt bikes weren’t around at the same time
I managed to get a photo of myself right at the Tropic of
Cancer – you’ve heard of the Equator right?
Well this is another of ...
... around so it wasn’t the magical snorkeling experience of a lifetime or anything like that and I would much rather snorkel somewhere without any type of life vest but… it was a good, good time and the water felt fabuloso!!
We got back on the catamaran and it was time for our "fiesta" portion of this sail… unlimited margaritas and a sail around the area!
We sailed past Lover’s Beach where you can swim and enjoy the beach... and ...
... same company and we hired him to be our captain ($10 US each). We were the only ones in the boat other than Rojerio and his helper Manuel. Rojerio was very cool. He showed us all the sights and talked about his family, showing us a picture of his little girl on his cellphone and drinking Mexican water (beer) ... eeek.
The main sight is El Arco or "The Arch" - the symbol of Cabo. It has been formed by ...
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Other places to stay in San Jose Del Cabo
Paseo del Malecon l-5 D, Fonatur Zona Hotelera, San Jose Del Cabo | 3 star hotelfrom $258
- We will return
- Very Disappointing
- Not Ready to Host Paying Customers
San Jose S/N, San Jose Del Cabo | 4 star hotel
- Love and Hate
- Someday it will be wonderful, NOT YET
- Grand Mayan was wonderful
Paseo Malecon SN Lote 11 Fonatur, San Jose Del Cabo | 4 star hotelfrom $326
- Beautiful resort-not done yet
- The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
- Beautiful Rooms and Pool -- Need to Work Out a Few Kinks
Malecon San Jose S/N, San Jose Del Cabo | 3 star hotelfrom $112
- Great vacation; pretty good hotel
- We were happy, all nine of us........
- A good Mexican experience
Carretera Transpeninsular KM 31, Col. Magisterial, San Jose Del Cabo | 3 star hotelfrom $70
Retorno Playa Anuti 27 Campo de Golf, San Jose Del Cabo | Hotelfrom $71
Boulevard Mijares N. 4, San Jose Del Cabo | 4 star hotelfrom $156
- One of the best meals I've ever had
- A Gem in the Making!
- Don't make a reservation until you've seen the place in person.
Morelos 133, San Jose Del Cabo | 4 star hotelfrom $111
- Our group loved the place....
- Real Mexican Hotel-quiet and relaxing
- Charming & Comfortable
Blvd. Mijares Centro Historico, San Jose Del Cabo | 3 star hotelfrom $100
Paseo Malecon, San Jose Del Cabo | Hotelfrom $64
San Jose del Cabo, Baja California Sur, 23400, San Jose Del Cabo | Hotelfrom $56
Village of La Ribera, San Jose Del Cabo | 3 star hotelfrom $55
Playa Acapulquito km 28, San Jose Del Cabo | 3 star hotelfrom $320
Retorno Playa Anuti No 27, San Jose Del Cabo | Hotelfrom $69
Km. 28.5 Carretera Transpeninsular, San Jose Del Cabo | 4 star hotelfrom $256
Hidalgo 1 y Maria Doblado, San Jose Del Cabo | Hotelfrom $70