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Travel Blogs from Los Cabos
... offer there, you hardly need to. We ventured out to take a water taxi and see the Arch of San Lucas. This was well worth doing. We took a water taxi and other than the driver, we had the boat to ourselves! It had a glass bottom so you can see the marine life below and on the way to the Arch, there are a few attractions to see... Lovers beach, a "pirate cave".
The trip served it's purpose, we left feeling relaxed, refreshed and looking bronzed!
... road to catch the bus, a nice young man stopped and asked us if we were going to Cabo and if we wanted a ride. Since we were going to San Jose, the opposite direction, he still gave a ride to the road to catch the bus. The people are so nice here. He was excited to tell us that he had just gotten a job at the Mona Lisa restaurant, and had just gone there to drop off some of his papers. Good for him. He will ...
... sit and read, and play cards. I'm happy to say I was the rummy champion for today.
We saw whales twice today, both their plumes and their bodies coming out of the water.
Supper was the second half of the Costco ravioli we bought on our first day. We are in the final stretch so are trying to make the food we have last the next couple of days. We eat a meal out every second day, so tomorrow is eating out day.
"Cool" and overcast again today. Only 77 degrees at noon ... quite pleasant for a walk, so we took the bus into San Jose for a few odds and ends (aka the other replacement glass). We also stopped at Mega to pick up one last bit of groceries to get us to Thursday, including our favorite bollos (buns) and some churros for dessert tonite.
On the road into San Jose, we ...
... with Pomegranates; Gringos in Paradise; The Memory Keeper's Daughter; and The Beast in the Garden.
A word about cactus. My sister Eva emailed today, and her friend had commented about us eating cactus. When you go to the grocery, they have a cactus booth with one or two guys hacking the needles off the cacti with a knife. The cacti pieces are the size of your hand or bigger, and you buy them like you would any other produce. Then you ...
Other places to stay in Los Cabos
Calle Zaragoza, entre Revolucion y Carrana, Cabo San Lucas | 3 star hotelfrom $50