Bel Air Collection Resort & Spa Los Cabos
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... were better than this. We shower and throw on the togs and head straight to El Medano beach. Wow. It was bliss. Sun was beaming, water was crisp and it was not crowded....except for the hawkers trying to sell us bracelets, tshirts and sunnies. Spent a solid few hours soaking up the vitamin D before retreating for a feed. We decide to hit another local place with a better atmosphere few doors down at ...
... that. But, alas, Edith’s is not open for lunch. So, I shall go to The Office On The Beach, the last place where I got truly stinking drunk. The Office, as I recall, serves quite a lot of tequila. Some of the people who were with me on that fateful day are, I think, reading this entry and will chuckle at the memory of it.
Cabo is the site of the most striking beach scene ever witnessed by yours truly. Playa de Amor (Lover’s ...
Last blog, y'all. It was a heck of a trip.
Going through Tecate, the border crossing is always a hair-raising, nail-biting, stress-inducing, head shaking ordeal, not to mention the large dose of ATTITUDE heaped on us at immigration, then narrow, harrowing, streets to navigate to get on Route 3 south to Ensenada. Why are all these Mexican towns so Uuuuuuugly?
We were able to get through Ensenda ok, and stopped for lunch at ...
... s, ironic, with some of Maryanna’s friends, and then ended up in Knotty’s again.
Saturday was supposed to be the day we were coming home… but due to frustrating cheap flight complications, we ended up staying in Shak’s house as he kindly offered it up for the week and we watched the horror film El Orfanato our first night with Domino’s pizza. Uno, dos, tres, toca la ...
... a whole burrito 'the size of my face' at LAX airport before boarding our plane to Cabo so in true fashion I arrived into Mexico with deathly stomach pains - not a great start! We grab our bags and after declaring we were here to party and to soak up the Mexico sun we were released into the outdoor desert temperatures of 30 degrees to battle it out with the timeshare nazis and taxi drivers to find our transfer van to take us to our resort. We arrived safe and ...