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One afternoon in Cabo.
I am headed to Cabo very soon and am so looking forward to soaking in its beauty! I’ll be hanging on the beach, diving, whale watching in Magdalena Bay with Red Travel Mexico March 12-14 (still spots available!), and checking out La Paz and Isla Espíritu Santo hoping to snorkel with whale sharks and sea lions! Add in a bit of kayaking in Balandra Bay, and I’m going to be a super happy camper! You can bet I will have a zillion photos to share, but for now, enjoy one afternoon in Cabo.
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One beautiful day.
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