Comfort Inn Los Cabos
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... terribly ‘Mexican’ part of Mexico. We’re in ‘little America’, really. The prices are high, the food is dumbed down, the prices are in USD as well as pesos. Rather than exploring, the main activities here are boating, stand up paddle boarding, jetskiing and drinking.
But the little tastes of Mexico I do get, make me want more. I want to go more places, see more things. All of the things. Maybe that’s what dad was afraid ...
... are unimpressed... The Mexicans also do not advocate the salt and lemon condiments we have all become used to when drinking tequila shots... After getting back on the ship, we spent some time singing Christmas carols as the ship went into huge Christmas mode when Father Christmas made his appearance! They then had a sail away party on the deck (I had pizza) and off we sailed to Cabo where we are today and about to embark on our second excursion of swimming with ...
... lunged into the throbbing party scene of Cabo San Lucas.
When we arrived at the hotel the lobby was showered with Christmas flair, and sprayed heavily with lavender bliss. Yep, I was in one of the luxurious resorts of Cabo which is not my normal traveling accommodations. When staying at a hotel such as this you really are staying at multiple hotels because the guest has access to all their partner ...
... of our belongings into the crashing waves. ****.
We ran into the sea, which was pretty rough with a nasty undercurrent, to try and save our things. T-shirts and flip floats floating. All was saved apart from my beautiful shorts.
RIP shorts, it was fun. Wah.
For breakfast/lunch we enjoyed our time at the famous Mango Deck, which shortly filled up with ...
... of sand. Granted, Playa Solmar is on the Pacific-side of the Baja Peninsula and as such, is exposed to powerful waves crashing down on its shores. Swimming is definitely out of the question - the riptides are incredibly strong, and several people have died over the years trying to swim at Playa Solmar.
Being unable to swim on this beautiful stretch of sand is a definite shame, but that also means that it is wonderfully uncrowded - how often can ...