The following is a direct quote from the tourist guide pages of the telephone directory in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico:
"Cabo San Lucas Arch...
This geographic sculptured formation carved by nature and patiently done through many centuries is the only finisterra (Latin word for land's end) in the world. There the land ends and there is nothing more."
So, wait a minute... what? Is it the end of the world? What about the other places called "Land's End"?
All just frauds, I guess. The land just goes on, somehow. You just can't see it or... or... something.
This is the only real Land's End:
Who am I to argue with a Mexican phone book? They speak Latin, after all.
* Don't worry about the chickens.