Villa Los Cuervos
Travel Blogs from Cabo San Lucas
... got some ice cream from a pharmacy, and enjoyed the sights until we made it back to the crossroads that lead us back to our hotel. From there, we refreshed ourselves, donned our hiking boots, refilled our water bottles, and decided to try and make it to El Arco—the famous arch—before dusk.
However, try as we might, we could not find the arch to save our lives. We determined that it was just impossible to get there on foot, although other sources had ...
The lone nut spent the better part of a half hour dancing by his lonesome. Poor guy. He was not a lunatic, and I was out to prove it. I joined him mid- song; stomping my feet, clapping my hands and swaying my body back and forth. Pretty soon, dancing became the “thang” and the whole crowd got involved. Now it was a show! J
The psychedelic hypnotist show represented the last stop of the night. To be honest, I stopped not because of ...
... beside us, was showing a very intense live soccer game between Mexico V Bosnia. Under darkness the' unusual' people became more obvious..,,.pretty guys,women in brief clothing, using their pet dogs as attraction ploys for introduction to bar guys...., and on streetside ,bici (ricshaw) taxi, horse and carriage waiting for evening customers .
Walking home via the Marina after 'half price' margaritas and delicious fish tacos ...
... 8211; I was very glad I chose what I did.
Desserts - the menu has changed since we last ate at Sabatinis - as it does on a regular basis. I chose white chocolate mousse with lemoncello and Doug had an almond praline stack with a vanilla mousse between the four circles of praline - at least that’s what I think it was. In any case my dessert was nice and light and not too big and not overpowering with chocolate.
... into the bar at Siempre for frozen drinks "to go" was worth the few steps it required. The thing I continually have to remind myself regarding food when not in the US is that I am NOT in the US. Due to feeding differences, beef and eggs have a different taste and texture. Familiar packaged foods are different also. My personal food recommendations here; go for the pork, seafood or Mexican dishes. The pork and seafood were succulent, sea bass plentiful and Mexican fare always ...
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Pedregal 4, Cabo San Lucas | Villafrom $1,500