Travel Blogs from San Jose Del Cabo
... were all happily swimming away pretty sure Juan had said he'd be back after about an hour but two hours later he still wasn't back. Colin tried to phone him but got no answer and just when we were thinking we'd be staying there permanently our boat, the Miss Penguin, came round the corner to get us. Hooray! We shared the boat back with a family from the states with small children and I tried to befriend the littlest girl by talking about my ...
... luggage. I had no knowledge on the status of my luggage so I decided to buy clothes and necessities for the week just in case my luggage is still not received by the week. Spent about S$670. But now, the luggage has been well-received. I hope I'm able to claim the S$670 from the travel insurance. Talk about good luck!
So earlier today, or rather yesterday, KPMG engaged a relocation service provider to give me an orientation of the city. I was brought around ...
... 7 m / 23 ft high.
Over to the Temple of Quetzalcoatl - a pyramid built around AD 200. Ornately decorated with sculptures of featured serpents, rain god Tialoc and mythical crocodile like symbols for fertile land.
Then down the 2 km / 1 mile long, 40 m / 131 ft wide Avenue of the Dead towards the Pyramid of the Moon ...
... knowledge of how to navigate the border crossing from Mexico to Gautemala, this included a complete English translation of the Spanish instructions that his friend sent through.
We managed to explore a fair bit of Mexico City with Alfonso's help, despite the rain (he gave us an umbrella!), mild altitude sickness (Mexico City is 2,421 m just over the lower limit) and Teacher strikes that started around the time that we arrived in ...
... garden centre, A small garden centre, which we tried to look as though it was interesting, and tried to stop the boys having fits of laughter. By this time aswel l as ***** had seen rats! There were boats with mariachi bands on wanting to play for us – which we did listen to but the whole trip was a bit of a tourist con. Still we did have a giggle and the photos made it look a lot prettier than it actually was.
Then walked to the market where ...
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
Yingjiang District, San Jose Del Cabo | Villafrom $28
km 27.5 Carr. Transpeninsualr, San Jose Del Cabo | Villafrom $500