August 28, 2013
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
Well, all the rumors are true: Cabo is AMAZING. Not only did we luck out with perfect, steamy 90-degree weather the entire time, but the food and accommodations were absolutely phenomenal. And trust me, I don’t use the word “phenomenal” lightly. (You’ll see what I mean when you see the pictures!)
Although there's an abundance of exciting activities offered in Cabo, what I appreciated most was actually all that it did NOT offer: no Internet, no television, no telephone, no alarm clock and no sense of time… just the sound of waves crashing against the smooth sandy shore to lull me to sleep at night. It’s the simplicity that I savored the most, realizing I need quite a bit more of it in my everyday life. It’s amazing how much more you experience, how much of the organic world you absorb, without a cellphone attached to your hand.
I spent most of my vacation laying out on the beach, snorkeling in the ocean with Finding Nemo-esque fish, reading good books, eating great food, cooling off after a dip in the salt water pool, drinking frozen cocktails and Coronitas, playing late night card games, and taking naps in a hammock. It was heavenly.
Now if only I could stop daydreaming about Cabo and get back to work, the trip would be a total success! (hence this late post)
Some of more of my favorites from Cabo