Travel Blogs from San Jose Del Cabo
... the merchandise and admire the colorful glass sculptures. No purchases were made! Michel was quite pleased!
Back on board the motor coach once again, amazing panoramic views of the Bay of Cabo San Lucas were enjoyed before stopping at a beach resort where we had a one hour stop for photos opportunities. Beverages were offered! Michel and ...
... i was able to
get all of the things that i missed which included hamburgers,
blizzards, pasta, french onion soup, bagels, and many other foods....on
Sunday we had to head back to PSC so i could get back to school...it
was a pretty quick drive up to drop me off....then everyone left to
drop bean and oma back off in La Paz to catch their flight back
home....on Monday my parents came back and spent ...
... want a full report on the restaurant you can read Celina's restaurant review on Trip Advisor. What a fantastic little place. We got to meet the owner Michel,who is a young 29 year old who has a passion for sharing his grandmothers authentic Mexican recipes. To descrive this place as a "hole in the wall" would be extremely accurate. It is probably 6 ft wide and has about 5 tables. The interior is however very rustic and comfortable. They were in ...
We slept in til 8:30, then the balcony and the ocean beckoned us. We had bought a huge loaf of some sort of coffee cake or date loaf from the Mega store, so we had some of that for breakfast.
We sat in the sun on the balcony most of the morning (79 degrees), then headed out to check out the beach and our condo area. Just outside our unit, we met Linda and Rob from Victoria. Linda trained at the Grey ...
... on the ship and we were in no hurry to be anywhere. If you view an old black and white movie that occurs on a cruise ship, you will get the feeling of traveling on the sea without any of the modern rush that we have incorporated into our lives. This was the feeling today. We just walked and talked and ate, but never rushed. It was a slow peaceful day aboard a large beautiful ship sitting in a foreign port under a warm sun and sunny blue sky.