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... our picnic tea perched on some steps above the crowd.What is so special about Lexington? The people here seem to be so happy! Is is the Bourbon? Or the Bluegrass? The exclusive blue haze that tints the fields can be seen throughout the area,from the pastures that line the stonewalled rural roads to the rolling hills and meadows of the more than 400 horse farms that populate it. The name “Bluegrass”is in the paddocks, ...
... and again we chatted for ages.
Time to stop chatting and get ready for tonight….
We showered and changed for dinner at Sabatinis – O-M-G ….just so good and worth every cent.
They’ve changed the way they serve the appetisers now. You still get the breadsticks and rolls etc but we knew eating a roll etc would not leave room for what was to come. And you also get olives and proscuito - ...
... 8220;Restaurante Mi Casa” where we had a sampling of Mexico’s famous tequila! Can’t say that I drank my tequila but barely wet my lips with the liquid.
It was way too strong and no way was I going to drink it all in one shot! Michel was more than willing to help me out here! So, he had two tequila shots and was all smiles afterwards! :-) ...
... a bit of time, passing mantarrays and sea lions on the way to reach el Arco.
Next to the arch there is a split in the rock formations where the sand between leads to two beaches either side; one called Lover’s Beach, and the other, Divorce beach. Nice.
Just as we were coming in to shore we were hit with an unexpected wave, and almost went crashing, the other two did and the kayak capsized, ...
... and looked at the size of it hiding under the hash brown that I realised it wasn’t a minute steak it was a mi-nute steak!!
Cabo does not have a cruise terminal so the Island Princess docked about ½ mile off shore. At about 9:30 we strolled down to the tender point for the short ride across to the pier. All the excursions had already left by then so there were no queues. We were ashore by 9:50.
The most famous landmark in Cabo is ‘El ...