The Baja: A Wrap Up

Baja California: A Vacation Done the Right Way *Brian and Sylvia receive NO compensation of any kind from tour and service providers for appearances on this page. If we give a shout out, it's entirely because we wanted to.* It was with a heavy heart that we left Cabo San Lucas and returned to Raleigh. …

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Sail Into the Sunset

Cabo San Lucas III: Sunset Sailing and El Archo If Cabo San Lucas is famous for anything other than drunkenness and debauchery, it is for the rock formation known as El Archo (The Arch.) We have seen other rock arches before this one, some even larger and more impressive. In fact, on a previous Nautical …

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Lorenzo de Arabia: A Mexican Camel Adventure

Cabo San Lucas II: The Joy of Camels Sylvia has told Brian many times that two of her singular ambitions in life are: To ‘go to Egypt and ride a camel.’ To ‘go to India and ride an Elephant’ Why any of this is so Brian is unable to fathom, but it is his opinion …

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A Mexican Nautical Hijink!

Cabo San Lucas One: Snorkeling and Nautical Hijinks By the time we arrived in dusty Cabo San Lucas regional Airport, we had crossed 2,500 miles, two time zones, three airports, one duty free shop and two rings of people near the final exit gate attempting to sell us things we didn’t need, before we knew …

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The Low South

Vacation Time in Mexico's Baja Peninsula **Becauseitzthere is mainly a hiking blog, but from time to time we feature outdoor pursuits of the less rugged kind, including posts of the ‘pursuit of leisure’ variety. Well, there aren’t many places on Earth where leisure is pursued with greater vigor than at Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Located …

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We’re Back!

Brian and Sylvia celebrate their Tenth Wedding Anniversary We're back from celebrating our Tenth Wedding Anniversary! Has it really been ten years? The typical gift given on the Tenth Anniversary is described as 'tin or aluminum.' Therefore we decided to give one another the gift of aluminum...in the form of an airplane fuselage, which we …

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