Bel Air Collection Resort & Spa Los Cabos
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Travelled down on Westjet. Flight was fine, not full. Only issue was the early take off at 5:45 am and the early arrival, 4 hours before we could check in. We managed to use the wait time wisely by becoming re acquainted with Jose Guervo, and his girlfriend, Marguerita. No bull, we are right in the heart of the beach action, with ...
... ATV Highways'. An Arroyo or wash is basically a dry riverbed that becomes a flash torrent in times of heavy rain, but the rest of the time they are used as anything from game & livestock trails to roads (with actual road signs) or parts of the famous Baja 1000 off-road races.
I have Donna on behind me and Wendy has TWO of the dogs on with her as she leads us into the wilderness. What a great hour (or two?) we spent, with so many ...
... the “detour” signs even
though they lead us to some strange places – we ended up driving down dirt
roads, and up a dried up stream bed. We
made it back onto the main road without too much damage but then spotted
another sign, this one leading off onto a very muddy track. Since we didn’t know if we could get our
rental car down there we decided to risk continuing along the road. ...
... to Kelowna to live with her new adopted family in Canada. Our first official Cabo dog "rescue". She was a super foster dog and we're sure she will have a great "forever" home with her new family. The good news is we'll be able to visit with her when we're in Kelowna. Thank you to our friends Cathy and Greg for escorting Roxxy to Kelowna.
On a lighter note, Celina and I joined our friend Phil from Baja Junkie for a dinner out one night. ...
... have the left ear that hasn’t popped yet. I can hardly remember what it must feel like to be able to hear out of both ears.
Our last day was uneventful. We all got up, got our bags packed, ate some breakfast, and took some long looks at what we were going to miss when we all returned to home. As always, since we had been in Cabo, the weather was warm, the sky blue, and the views something to die for. We cannot thank Mary & ...