Cabo Surf Hotel
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... Lands End to see El Arco. On the way the captain (Juan) pointed out various rocks that looked like things: an owl; a seahorse; a witch with a big belly?? The last one I didn't really get. Then the boat pulled into Lovers Beach and dropped us off for a swim. Behind lovers beach was Divorce Beach which you can't swim at because it's on the Pacific Coast side and you'd get dragged out to sea, just what you need after a divorce?? Anyway back on Lovers ...
... our car rental, only to find out they were trying to rip us off at their airport venue, so Maryanna’s dad kindly drove us to San Jose to pick up the car. Our little orange ninja (Nissan.) My first chance to drive since leaving England, woop woop. First stop in Cabo San Lucas, Fisherman’s. Maryanna hadn’t stopped banging on about it since Cancun and to be fair to her it is a really cute little ...
Our first port! We got up early, ate a quick breakfast, and headed to the "Union" to await our turn to get off the ship. Our tour was CABO1-A trip to La Paz and Todos Santos. Due to the time it took to disembark people leaving the ship, we were 1 1/2 hours late for our tour. Getting off was interesting. We walked down a flight of stairs outside the 2nd deck to get on a tender. As the water was a little rough we had to time the ...
... 20 minutes for our boat to come back and get us. Not very happy about this as we have limited amount of time in Cabo.
After getting back to the main town we went to a few markets and walked around killing off the remaining amount of time we had left. This was the only port day were we stayed off the ship until the very end. After getting back onbaord we waked up on deck to take some last minute pictures of Cabo and Mexico!
... boats headed out to sea. Apparently Cabo is very well known for its fishing and October is the premier month for fishing here. At one time I counted 30 boats all headed in the same direction, presumably for the fishing. A couple of large cruise ships were also heading to port for a day on shore for the passengers. Those cruise ships are really big. The passengers must have a large impact on the economy here.
After breakfast we all decided to go down to one of the ...