We left San Diego on October 31, spent one day at sea, and anchored offshore at our first Mexican destination on November 2. Cabo San Lucas is one of my favorite Mexican destinations. There’s just so much to see and do here. But first we would have to tender into port.
Over this week and next I’ll be showing a lot of this area, from the marina to the downtown area, and even a water tour out to Land’s End and El Arco de Cabo San Lucas. I’ll even show you a rock formation that reminds people of Scooby-Doo.
But for now I’ll just leave you with a taste of the marina and the downtown area. That lighthouse you see is actually a restaurant rather than an actual working navigational aid.
And here is today’s slide show:
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