Misiones del Cabo
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After 2 days at sea here we are at Cabo San Lucas in Mexico, we were last here 5 or 6 years years ago on New Year's Eve on an Azamara Christmas cruise. Since then there has been a lot of development, lots of new hotels and many more people offering boat trips, snorkelling, kite surfing, dolphin shows, taxi tours and many other pursuits. There seem to be a lot more shops cafes and restaurants around the marina and as we ...
... was stationed on Kibbutz Maagan where I was on Shnat in 1976 and we've kept in touch ever since. Fortunately for me, Einat's son Daniel lives in Chicago and is an artist with lots of knowledge of the galleries and architecture of Chicago. I was treated to a private tour of skyscrapers and lobbies of all different styles. (Did I mention it was SNOWING?) Chicago is known for its architecture and was the home of Frank Lloyd Wright, so I took myself off to Oak Park where ...
... home again on foot. Via the Marina we spotted a busy Pelican with a HUGE fish stuck in his gullet - he was NOT going to share with his mates, and continued to struggle to get the fish swallowed , just as hard a the fish tried to wriggle his way out.
One more day and were on our way to Kentucky. We have enjoyed a wonderful 2 weeks here
........love the people and their colourful lifestyle on this desert like peninsula.
We've reached our first destination at the tip of Baja California, Cabo San Lucas. The port has no large pier so we will need to use tenders (small boats) to ferry us from the cruise ship to the town. We booked a tour through Princess and we have to be ready by 8:45am so we were up at 7 and down to breakfast by 7:30. Mom and I are getting tired of the "big food" so I had cereal and fruit and Mom had oatmeal and mint pears. Everyone else was still going strong with ...
... br> The “restaurant” had its charm with its colorful chairs and décor as well as many skeleton dolls. Across the street from it, our tour guide pointed out many indigenous flora of the region while talking about the original settlement of Cabo!
To be continued…..