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Travel Blogs from San Jose Del Cabo
... over gown - looks like a mini-jungle. The ruts in the roads here are so deep, we could hardly get up to our house, much less up our driveway. But I hired a couple of guys to clean up the yard, got a truck load of dirt to fill in the ruts, and awaaaayyyy we go. It was stinking HOT and muggy, but leaping into our nice, crystal-clear pool, and drinking a little malt beer, straightened our mood. It is so beautiful here, it's ridiculous. Love ...
... they are persevering and are luckier than many others as they have 3 viable wells. They also run solar panels to provide electricity. Out of the 1000 acres, I would guess maybe 5 10 are being cultivated or tended. We walk for a bit and Wendy shows us the area immediately surrounding the ranch. She then uncovers the quads and we go for a ride on the 'wild' part of the ranch. They have cleared trails in many parts of the property and the 'Arroyos' provide ...
... problem we experienced on the first half of the trip & it was accompanied by a plate of chocolates. Nice touch.
Tomorrow will be a busy day as we have to attend the Cruise Director disembarkation talk at 1000, a Mariner’s (past guests) champagne luncheon at 1130 then a cocktail party at 1600 AND we have to pack up as tomorrow is our last day. This has been a great trip & as always it has gone really ...
... wined, and now I am about to fall asleep in a princess palace in mozzy netting, something that reminds me of a beautiful place I stayed in Cambodia, actually, except.... Electricity, plumbing, and very sweet friends await nearby!
Night, y'all. it's time for me to listen to the waves, through the light of the lamp, the stars, and the sweet - comforting! - netting.
... with a fair bit of spirit. Our guide for the two hour ride was Martine, a Mexican horseman and all round nice bloke. The plan was to spend an hour riding through the hills and then an hour on the beach. The horses all set a good pace and we tore through the hills fairly quickly, variously walking, trotting and cantering. Lily was even allowed to gallop on her horse for a few hundred metres. She loves it.
Other places to stay in San Jose Del Cabo
Carretera Transpeninsular Km. 19.5, San Jose Del Cabo | 4 star resortfrom $210
- Worth the distance from town
- Nice pool, but no Palmilla
- Great Surprise!
Carretera Transpeninsular Km 22.5, San Jose Del Cabo | 4 star resortfrom $185
Km 7.5 Carr. Transpeninsular, San Jose Del Cabo | 5 star resortfrom $569
- Not bad, needs work
- Couldn't be more beautiful and the people are lovely
- DO NOT EVER STAY HERE~!
Carretera Transpeninsular Km 29 San Jose del Cabo, San Jose Del Cabo | 3 star resortfrom $107
23400, San Jose del Cabo, San Jose Del Cabo | Resortfrom $290
- A Well-Above Average Hotel; But Dissapointments Are There
- A perfect vacation
- Adios Palmilla
Ctra Transpeninsular Km.19.5, San Jose Del Cabo | 5 star resortfrom $734
- Las Ventanas REVIVED our marriage
- It really is Paradise
Carretera Transpeninsular K.M. 29 S/N, San Jose Del Cabo | Resortfrom $104
San Jose Del Cabo 23400, San Jose Del Cabo | Resortfrom $108