This is a place where I would like to camp. So many interesting plants. I think if there were horseback riding with camping offered, we would have signed on. Here are some photos from today's adventure.
Yesterday, we walked the streets of Cabo. The land sharks are everywhere trying to sell jewelry, tours, clothing, etc. It is like running a gauntlet. I did buy my wife a stunning hammered silver bracelet and earrings. Supporting the local economy is fine with me.
We had a great lunch at a local restaurant off the beaten path. We had the most delicious fish tacos. Starvation had set in after walking for hours. It was nice to talk with the owner who told us about his life in Cabo. Everyone has an interesting story to share about their life. Hector worked for a cruise line; Fernando lived in Atlanta for a few years before coming back to his home here; Roberto has fished all his life; and Gill started his sailing business with an old wooden boat.
We also took a nice early evening sail near Lands End. It made me a little sad because I am missing my boat. I'm not used to having someone else be captain. But it was a nice way to get some photos of the interesting rocks and cliffs between the Pacific and the Sea of Cortez.
All photos were taken with the iPhone because I cannot download from my Nikon until I get home. I talked to many people at the docks. We also met Maria who is a beggar. She is a wonderful lady. We talked in a way we each understood onE another. She introduced us to her granddaughter who was beautiful. Most everyone has been gracious and of good humor. Even the land sharks are trying to make a living.
Okay, it's time to snuggle for sleep. Tomorrow we are taking a skiff to the reef and diving area. Buenos noches from Cabo.