- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... to meet at the airport before heading into town together. The airport is miles from anything, and despite the shuttle driver’s best efforts to kill us by careening along at well over 120km/h, it took some time before any signs of civilisation appeared.
And oh, what signs these were. Los Cabos is comprised of the towns of Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo, and all between and throughout lie the huge fortress mega resorts. ...
... breakfast down by the pool in a swim up bar and grill, followed by a walk on the beach (being careful not to walk too close to the monster surf breaking).
Garry has checked the Nissan Patrol parked in the car park for our use - fired up first time , so we will head off shortly to find a food supply chain for some essential food items.
Awoke to a clear blue sky , and after a healthy b/fast at home, we headed out on ...
Up again early because it's time for round two of diving; Steve once again kindly drives us down tot he marina and we make our way back to the dive center. We ended up in a really small dive group, so it was just the three of us and one other guy along with our guides, Benjamin and Carlos and our Captain, Paco. It took no time at all getting ready and we all set off for the dive boat, excited to get back in the water. This boat ride is a lot ...
... yelled the whole way day! What a thrill... Glad I did it but. Plus I think it would of been harder to get down haha. Keenan did it twice... He was going to go even higher but then didn't. After snorkeling and paddling around we walked 100m around the rocks to another beach known as Lovers beach-Sea of Cortez. We laid in the sun for a couple of hours and then took another walk to Divorce beach which is on the other side so it's the Pacific Ocean. You are not allowed to swim ...
... Mexican week. Our weather has been good, maybe too good. Temperatures in Mexico were in the mid to high 70s and the humidity was so high it was steamy.The food on the ship has also been good, again maybe too good. It’s hard not to have three full meals, every day. Breakfast and lunches are extensive buffets. For dinner Greg and I always go into the dining room. We usually are seated at a big table so we have the opportunity to meet other people and be waited on. The menu ...