This bus will take you from La Paz (Turista bus station on the Malecon) to Cabo San Lucas, Todos Santos and San Juan del Cabo. It cost us about MX$250. The Aguila bus also goes from the same terminal but stops in more places.
Just one word of warning: the bus station in Cabo San Lucas is about 2km from the city centre. It is walkable depending on where you are staying. Walking may be the only option as there were not taxis when we arrived.
Malecon (La Paz)
This is a hotel that immediately becomes a home away from home.
It is not on the beach and is not a resort hotel. However, if you are looking for something that is smaller and more personal you can do no better than here.
The rooms are beautiful and very comfortable, coffee and water were provided and breakfast is included in the price. Breakfast was served each morning under shelter and consisted of a fruit plate, coffee/tea, homemade smoothie or juice and a savoury or sweet dish (pancakes, breakfast burritos etc) depending on the day of the week.
It is away from the beach but is easily walkable and the managers and their families were some of the friendliest most hospitable people I've encountered travelling. They would assist and arrange with whatever we needed.
I would have no hesitation in going back to The Bungalows were I to return to Cabo San Lucas.
Rosa's is a restaurant owned and run by Rosa. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
The food is cooked fresh when ordered and there is a wide variety of vegetarian food, which I found limited elsewhere on the island.
On the path at the turn off between Casa Iguana and Grace's Place.
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