The End of the Rainbow

It may be the end of this rainbow, but I’m looking forward to discovering the pot of gold waiting for me! 🙂

After rolling out of Los Barriles and reaching San Jose del Cabo yesterday, I wanted to share some pics I took around Los Barriles. According to the locals, it is a Gringo Retirement Community. Looking around, they’re right. But I would add “Active” to that. I see many American and Canadian men and women walking, jogging and biking. On the water, many kite board and wind surf. The weather here is opposite of the states and above. For the most part, it is great weather through the winter and then it gets hot! That is when most people migrate north to their other homes, only to return next winter.

I did see younger people and know this is a common thoroughfare for the hiking and biking travelers. To me, this town is ripe for a hostel. If anyone is interested in the numbers to determine if this would be a good investment, please contact me. 🙂

I also wanted to share some pics of the food I was forced to eat in this “3rd World Country.” Survival has been challenging. Lol

Thank you Sally for a wonderful stay in Los Barriles! I will definitely be back!

Thank you all for following me on this adventure! I’ll be flying back to Southern California today, where I’ll begin compiling a book of this adventure! Thank you for your words of encouragement. I’ll be sure to let you know when my book will be available! And back in a box she goes…

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