Casa Dorada Los Cabos
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- Swimming pool
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... home to soften the edges of some of the pieces we found. Then I really realized how different things are between being here on vacation and what it is like at home. Here, there is time for thinking...not frenzied thinking, like planning...to do lists, etc. Time for creative thinking. We've walked and talked about life thoughts. Steve and I have spent time assessing how life is going...what things ...
... to run (so does Tina) and who have no cats for Tina to terrorize. YAY Tina!
We've also had excitement here at the complex. One of our neighbors had a breakdown one evening and ended up in police custody and then transferred to a facility for treatment of his breakdown. Why are we involved you ask? Well the dog of course.
Our neighbor has a 80lb pure bred bull mastiff and when he was taken away the dog was left with no one to care for it. All of the ...
... chauffeur for the other.
First off was the Liga Mac Christmas toy drive. This even is held in the courtyard of the Shops at Palmilla. This is an outdoor mall in one of the ritzy residential areas of Los Cabos. It is a fantastic event and the members of Liga Mac do a terrific job organizing it. The large and lit Christmas tree in the courtyard is the rallying point for all of the toy donations, and it is amazing how high up the ...
... good for food at the restaurants in the resort family. When we arrived at the sales office it was just jammed with people and total disorganization, or so it seemed. After trying to determine how we were suppose to get our reservations into someone’s hands, we just milled around and finally a woman took our reservation and assigned us to a sales person. He turned out to be pretty nice and friendly, and certainly not a sleazy guy like I was expecting. He took us into ...
... river however was not as tame as the last and the detour encompassed driving in deep sand to the river's edge. Here "coyotes" would take you across for 200 pesos ($20) in jacked up/supped up pick-ups/4x4's where other heavy earth-moving equipment were towing larger vehicles. This crossing was busy and bustling with cars, trucks and RV's. Roger was very concerned about this more challenging crossing which was some 400 ft wide. 4x4's were getting stuck ...