The Ridge at Playa Grande Luxury Villas
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... and said he didn’t know what they were worth. I told him what they were worth vis a vis the US dollar and he said no. then he suggested I go to the ATM and take money out there.
After that exchange? I don’t think so … keep your stuff mate !
Back to the ship on a tender sitting opposite the Dep CD … Doug was next to the window and a boat with fishermen cruised by slowly. I thought they had a ...
... the landscape with his binoculars, I took non-stop photos of the city’s prominent landmark, the “El Arco de Cabos San Lucas” better known as “Land’s End”!
With such an interesting nickname, it’s quite obvious to see why once you take a good look at it! Without keeping you more in suspense, it’s called ...
... to pulling away without her… So funny, yet terrifying things... something out of a horror film if they had been any bigger.
We finally arrived in Cabo Pulmo, and embarked on another boat trip where they stopped off at random points for us to jump in and snorkel in one of the three living reefs in the Americas. Nothing compared to the reefs of Cancun, and the water was freezing, but it was ...
November 20th is Mexico's Revolution day celebrated on the third Monday of November as the national holiday. Kids dress up in costumes like soldiers with guns and bandoleers and women carrying babies. This is a big parade for all school kids. There are numerous drum corps and marching groups. Some ...
... this wasn’t ‘hard sell’. A polite ‘No thanks’ seemed to be enough. This must be the first place I have come across where ‘no’ actually means ‘no’. Unlike the blistering heat, this was a refreshing change!!!
One of the street vendors tried a little harder than all the others by trying to engage me in conversation: ‘Hey. Nice piece. Is that the ZX250, double reflex something, something 520’