Travel Blogs from San Jose Del Cabo
... is as good as everyone - and I mean everyone - says. (I can't speak for the more troubled parts, but us backpackers tend to find that most places aren't as bad as they're made out to be...of course, that doesn't mean I'm attempting to hitch-hike into Arizona any time soon...)
Food or sights? How many ruins and old and dead things do you need to see? Sometimes it's enough to read about them on the Internet. Let's eat.
... lived when he was exiled to Mexico, before moving into his own house a few blocks away. His house has less charm than Frida's but is interesting nonetheless especially from a historical point of view. The guided visit covers in detail how Trotsky was assassinated after the first failed attempt. He was actually betrayed by one of his 'friends', sent by Stalin and who purposely earned his trust just to eventually kill him. The museum also delved into Trotsky's vision of ...
... of kerning and spelling errors. These signs are done by professionals. Sign painting is becoming a lost art in the US as computers make it easy to generate sturdy, professional signage. It looks like the art is still alive in Mexico. (FYI: In my twenties, I briefly apprenticed with two different sign painters).
We passed many food stands right beside the highway advertising barbacoa, pork, chicken, and mixed meats. These were generally large canopy tents with ...
... attack of vertigo. It lasted for about 3 seconds then increased in intensity, not enough to throw you off your feet but sufficient to make you question your surroundings and whether that last bottle of beer was one too many!
The reaction of the locals was variable with some fleeing for the building exit whilst others seemed quite content with staying put. The senior members of staff were very reassuring, even if I did not understand a ...
... loose my snorkel and goggles, but luckily they were later found by some other tourist.
We stayed in a spa hotel during our stay in Los Cabos, this hotel was called Bel Air Collection. I very much enjoyed my stay in this hotel, they had a free continental breakfast, a beautiful swimming pool with bar and it was right next to a beach which most of the time was empty. Each room had its own kitchen and a super size bathroom. To this, my brother and I took advantage ...
Other places to stay in San Jose Del Cabo
San Jose Del Cabo 23400, San Jose Del Cabo | Villafrom $1,300
Palmilla 1, San Jose Del Cabo | Villafrom $3,091
Calle Pacifico, San Jose Del Cabo | Villafrom $1,300
km 27.5 Carr. Transpeninsualr, San Jose Del Cabo | Villafrom $500