Cabo Cush Hotel
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- Free parking
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... the bus to return and eventually got back to our departure point at 2.30. I think some of us were definitely glad to get off the bus. The last stop was unnecessary IMO and I think the refreshment stop should have been had at San Jose so we could have had an hour there instead of 20 mins at one place and 40 at San Jose.
We walked into and out of shops in Cabo - all selling pretty much the same things. I saw a pretty embroidered bag and picked it up. ...
... had decided they were going to be travel companions so here they were. Linda was Canadian and Susan an Expat from Canada with a dual residence in Mexico. Dan, a 38 year old single male, VA Tech graduate working in Arlington was there with his parents Don and Sherrie. Originally from Southern California but being ex-military the family had lived everywhere. Today Don & Sherrie are in Arizona while their 4 children reside on the east coast. The other siblings are married ...
... just sitting on the front of the boat, in the sun with the sounds and sights of the sea and coastline. By the time we arrived at our destination we were equipped with flippers and snorkels and ready to go! We had about 90 minutes here to swim around in the warm water, by the beach and rocks and coral. It was heaps of fun and a great experience. We saw countless schools of fish of all shapes, sizes and colours. Alas, we dont own an underwater camera, ...
... the scenic route along the coast rather than the motorway to reach Cabo Pulmo, without knowing that the journey would take an extra 2 hours along with all of my energy. It required 3 hours of full concentration, and I have never had to concentrate that much whilst driving, so many rocks and bumps and ditches to avoid, not to mention steady cliff driving. The long and winding road was amazing with so many breath-taking ...
Neptune’s finger was straight ahead. This is a narrow rock reaching upward about 20 feet and tapering to a point. Upside down it is supposed to represent the outline of Baja California. A little further on and ‘el Arco’ came in to view. The waves were swirling all around the arch and in between a nearby rock that was home to a colony of sea lions. The water was a little rough out here. This is where the Sea of Cortez meets the Pacific Ocean. ...