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Favorite thing: I would recommend to withdraw cash in Mexican pesos (attention, they write also $ for Mexican pesos). In most restaurants and hotels you will be able to pay in USD, but you have to consider a bit more expensive exchange rate. Euros are accepted in banks but not in exchange rate office of many hotels.
Written Aug 25, 2008
Favorite thing: if u r married couples,
if u have half day available,
if u are decisive, not easy to be affected by others,
why not show up in a timeshare presentation?
u can get USD200 in cash as an incentive~
or get free Sunset cruise + Whale-watching Cruise for 2
(i guess anything worth USD200 they will be willing to give them to u free~)
even when u are really attracted by the timeshare concepts and offers,
if u refuse the salesperson,
u still have another good offer by the developer directly~
Fondest memory: driving ATV to a small village where ppl do not have refrigerators.
kids love your iced water~
Written Feb 19, 2006
Favorite thing: My husband & I made a trip down to north central Baja, Mexico for a rural camping trip at a remote national park called 1857 Revolucion Nacional Parque. We were alone with the coyotes and pine trees but our adventure was cut short by temps as low as -5 degrees celcius and a bone chilling wind that swept across the dry lake bed of Laguna Hanson. That was the coldest I've ever been and it was almost unbearable. We headed for the city and stayed in Ensenada where we relaxed in the warm sun sipping margarita's over plates of fresh mariscos.
Written May 26, 2004
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