Visite el lugar más histórico de Los Cabos. Palmilla Beach, donde los pescadores amarran sus barcos. Haga una parada en la Playita, aprenda sobre la historia de San José del Cabo, el nuevo centro deportivo, el centro y mucho más. Disfrute de una cena mexicana y de marisco y vea galerías de arte y misiones.
I am a seasoned traveler with fluent Spanish. I like asking the names of drivers, and I always tip. Our driver was Dionisio nickname Dicho. On the evening tour with him I noticed these events:
Tequila tasting was mentioned in the description but Dicho did not bring it up.
He wrongly claimed that the comal was brought over by the Spanish after I said that it - and the molcajete - was used by the Aztecs.
He also said that places such as San Ignacio, San Jose, Santa Maria etc were named for rich gentry -- rather than dedicated to saints' names as designated by Jesuits - when even the church in SJ del Cabo has that information.
I still did tip generously and did not debate Don Dicho. He's probably used to saying whatever remarks without check.
Posdata: The restaurant where we dined, El Herradero means 'branding' and not 'blacksmith' as the waiter there said.