Cabo San Lucas, the tip of Baja, a small spit of land at the end of Baja CaliforniaSur. We actually spend a lot of time in Baja, but we rarely get to Cabo, it’s just a little too far down the tip past La Paz, and everywhere else we go in Baja provides awesome views and entertainment, as well.
Dawn arrived just as we were pulling in to Cabo, we cruised past the Arch and Lover’s Beach and dropped in to the port stopping right in the middle of the port. We anchored there and then took tenders over to the beach a couple hours later. We immediately walked past the tourist section until we found a taco shack. We love taco shacks. A little al pastor, Camerone and Pescada and we were in business. Great little tacos, we moved on down the beach with our tummies full and a plan. We were headed to The Office, based on a recommendation from a friend. We stopped at an info booth and looked at a map, the guys there were great, Rich bs’d with them for a bit and then we headed out following the map. We turned at the big wash and headed down the beach. The sand was soft, very soft, we felt like we were working out with every step. We continued down the beach, step after step after step. Along the way, Rich stopped a local and asked where the Office was? It turns out, we were going the wrong way. After the local went along, we smiled at each other and made the turn. It was even longer back the other way. So, our work out done, we stopped at the Mango Bar and drank beer. That seemed the smarter way to spend the afternoon.
The Mango was fun, lots of contests on the stage, from beer drinking to booty shaking, the staff was fun and kept us entertained. When it was time to return to the ship, we caught a water taxi back, no more trudging through deep, soft sand for us.
Back on board, we found a sandwich, then Rich had an acupuncture treatment and I had a massage. The Cloud Nine spa is a beautiful area, very peaceful and the therapists are awesome. We went back to the restaurant and grabbed some dinner, then off to the Dive In Theater for a little Captain America. Follow that with a late night comedy act and then I ran off to babysit for my grandson. I love Jacob, he is an enjoyable three year old. We read and played, he tucked me in and then he fell off to sleep, I wasn’t far behind him. When the girls came home, they surprised me, I was drooling in never-never land. Babysitting chores done, I joined Rich at the last comedy hour. This is so much fun.
I am loving this cruise ship life, but I’m so not sure when I’m going to catch up on my sleep.