Blue is the predominant hue in Cabo. Different shades of blues. Ironically, these blues (of the water and the sky) will chase away your blues. It's difficult to hold on to your despondency or melancholy when you feel the sea breeze on your cheeks and hear the water lapping against your burnt shin.
We were in vacation mode the entire time we were there. We had plans of getting a rental car and taking a short road trip to nearby art haven Todos Santos and get a selfie in front of the popular Hotel California. But, we can't tear our lazy bones away from the beach loungers where our butts seemed to be stuck.
Besides, on the last two days we were there the sun kicked the heat up a notch. It was too hot to do anything. Which is why I don't have many photos of said vacation to share.
Here are photos that I have taken of the wonderful week-long breather from every day life. Just looking at them gives me a little sample of a Mexican vacation.
Sign on a bar outside of airport.
In the heat of the day we travel by pedicab.
Double order of soup of the day for me.
Charming little courtyard
Photo shoot on Pacific side. Medano Beach is on the Sea of Cortez side.
Beach rocks, Pacific Ocean.
A man and chairs.
A man and chairs and the sky.
Up there is where the rich and famous lives.
Are you in vacation mode yet?
Pacific Ocean side has rough waves.
Swim up bar.
Stumbled upon this bewitching scene. This is a restaurant.
Most likely you would find me in this vicinity.
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