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We'll be there for Spring Break. Any MTB connections I should know about? I'n not hauling bikes but will bring shoes/pedals, helmet, camelback if there is something worth doing,
I don't understand. This is only 25 words. Can you please add 1,275 more?Berkeley Mike said:We'll be there for Spring Break. Any MTB connections I should know about? I'n not hauling bikes but will bring shoes/pedals, helmet, camelback if there is something worth doing,
I've ridden there a few times. They have good MTB rentals. It's intended for guests but I have been able to negotiate a rental and route maps (if it's a windy day). When the wind is down, the guests are more likely to be using MTB's. The routes are enough to keep you busy for a day, maybe two and it's a tourist area and very unlikely you will get hassled on those trails. . That is what I would recommend and all you need to bring is shoes and pedals and camelback..jchewey said:There is a small network of trails in Las Barriles an hour north of Cabo http://www.velawindsurf.com/html/pages/destinations/baja/other-activities.php
sounds like your friend got drunk and tried to haggle or scam some local drug dealers. Have YOU ever been there?cmon4day said:My friend just got back from Cabo and got beat up and dragged out into the desert at gunpoint by the "police". If he wanted to live he had to buy his way out buy pulling all his money out of an ATM machine.
That place is getting worse and worse. Everywhere you go locals are constantly badgering you to buy drugs and if you don't they are in cahoots with with cops. Don't trust anyone, including the police. Spend you money in the US instead.
What he said. I can't speak for Cabo but I've been to Cancun for spring break and it was one of the funnest weeks of my life! Got absolutey destroyed every night, MTV was there and everything, was all just awesome! In fact, I still got my nipple ring from when I got pierced there one night! It's the only souvenir I brought back. (Okay, two souvenirs...the other one was herpes, but hey I'd still do it all over again it was that much fun!)grrrah said:The place is safe. Don't worry, unless you plan on getting sh!tface drunk and looking to score drugs or hookers. If you do plan on that, then just be careful.
Yeah, I went there bout 10 years ago and stayed at a condo. Had a good time. However, times have changed. Cant speak for what exactly happened, I do know he and some friends were out drinking when the sh!t went down. But hey, you should be able to go drinking, right?grrrah said:Have YOU ever been there?
Went to cabo about 3 yrs ago and Cancun/Playa this year. I felt safe at both, but a bit more in Cabo. It really depends on what you are up to. Just drinking, your fine. Any more than that and just use good judgement! We were a pretty rowdy group for a bachelor party, but knew when to tone it down. Tipping the security guard good when you get there goes a loooong way. :thumbsup:cmon4day said:Yeah, I went there bout 10 years ago and stayed at a condo. Had a good time. However, times have changed. Cant speak for what exactly happened, I do know he and some friends were out drinking when the sh!t went down. But hey, you should be able to go drinking, right?
Cabo is no Cancun. Cancun is totally safe.
Hey, I'm sure it will be fine, but thats what my buddy thought.