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... pretty. San Jose del Cabo has about 80,000 people whereas Cabo San Lucas has 100,000. I had no idea San Jose was so big! It’s really spread out and there was a lot of vegetation despite the low rainfall.
We walked around the Old Town portion of San Jose, into a church and the Los Cabos county government building. It was neat to see the locals going about their normal everyday life there. Then, it was back on the bus and a drive ...
Our first night here in Cabo. Just 2 months ago there was a major hurricane here and some of the damage is still evident. We arrived at El Delfin Blanco and are the first guest here since the hurricane. Our hostess Osa was so accommodating and friendly. She had prepared a little cabana for us to stay with flowers and everything although none of US could get the air con remote to work so she moved us into a bigger place that was just not so ...
... not drink to excess often and have been “drunk” precious few time since college. Of the four or so times I have been drunk, the majority of them have been in Cabo at The Office. I met Edith while I was here and she is a delight, providing jobs for many people here.
Friends are aboard ship and ashore if you care to make them; you just have to shop. I am excited to leave with friends rather than black diamonds. They last longer.
Watching the sunrise from a window desk in the ship's library as I write this. It’s only 5.30am but we’ve just had our third 'putting the clocks back" in a week for time zone changes, so are well and truly rested.
Last stop-over was yesterday - Cabo San Lucas in Mexico. Was a tender process to leave the ship and get on shore (ship parks up in the harbour, and you catch a tender boat to get ashore). Cabo San Lucas is a total tourist town ...
... an off-roading adventure in our Jeep. With me behind the wheel, a tiny map and an attitude you could shake a stick at we ventured off into the bush and dirt roads to further discover what the town was all about. We found empty beaches, quiet holiday homes, vultures, friendly locals, beautiful views, more desert and more sunshine. I definitely recommend this place for a day trip!
Before I sum up my Cabo adventure I'll mention the food. YUM! Is what I can ...