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March 1, 2005
The Dorado (and the mahimahi and dolphin dish) was excellent. The first night we each got it cooked a different way. The last night we all got it breaded.
There was an all-day happy hour with two-for-one beer/domestic drinks. This was great. They bring you your first beer, open it for you, give you limes, and then your other beer goes in a bucket full of ice. When you are ready, without knowing they are watching, someone comes around and opens your next beer and takes your empty glass.
There are games during the day that you can play to win drinks. There was a pretty good selection of music. This bar/restaurant sits next to The Mango Deck, and The Office is right next to that.
Beware... there are vendors all over the beach. Get yourself a "No, Gracias" sign if you want, but they don't work. The second you show interest in one vendor, the whole flock comes running. NEVER PAY WHAT THEY ASK!! DON'T EVEN PAY HALF. Example: For a $40 silver bracelet, I paid $15. On the last day I really had the hang of it. I got four of them for $20.
From journal Cabo San Lucas
by El Gallo
Monkey Junction, Newfoundland, Afghanistan
August 12, 2000
From journal Two Sides of "Cabo"