Villa Las Palmas
Travel Blogs from Cabo San Lucas
... were on our balcony hanging out the side and then the back and Doug saw a lady we had afternoon tea with... he chatted to her while I was on the internet and when I finished (updating our blog), I raced out to say hi .... wen chatted for a while and then her sister arrived so we chatted some more - such lovely ladies and the said they got my email with our blog reference in it. We chatted for ages and then Allan – a lovely Yorkshire man – popped his head over the ...
... br> The “restaurant” had its charm with its colorful chairs and décor as well as many skeleton dolls. Across the street from it, our tour guide pointed out many indigenous flora of the region while talking about the original settlement of Cabo!
To be continued…..
... mushrooms, and potato skins. Janene had tortilla soup which was as good looking to eat as it was tasty.
Back to our room the girls are bathed in their outdoor spa and into bed. We need to clear the fridge of any leftover alcohol so the kids teach us drinking games. 1 2 3 4 you need to be coordinated to play this one. Then we do fingers on the cup, not sure if it has a name but it is pretty funny. Rock ...
... suddenly the sea lion sleeping on the edge of the rock was harshly pushed off it, and went crashing down into the sea, still with his eyes closed. Ah it was so funny, bless him.
We took the highway/motorway back on our return to ...
... as 'party cruises' and it is just an excuse to eat and drink as much as possible in the 2 days aboard. We just hope that the ship has been left in a fit state to continue and that there were some blueberry muffins left for the rest of us. I am not joking when I mention being left in a fit state. Roisin had recently been on the web site ‘Cruise Critic’ and according to one source; there was an outbreak of Norovirus on board!! I should have bought some surgical masks ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center