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Cabo – Day 6

November 12, 2007

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Even though we went to sleep at 10, we were able to sleep in today — until about 7:30 or so. We enjoyed yet another yummy breakfast, entertained the idea of snorkeling but then decided against it. We didn’t really feel like being on a schedule so we opted to hang out at the beach instead.

After swimming for a bit we decided to take a ride on one of the inflatable rafts pulled by a motorboat. We’re expecting to be a bit sore tomorrow from this, but it was a lot of fun, lasted about half an hour and of course included more views close to the Arch. It was neat to see it from another vantage point.

After the ride we went up to The Mango Deck for beers and apps. In front on on the beach they were having beer chugging contests which were fun to watch and laugh at.

We took in a little more sand and surf time and then headed to Gardenia’s. This time the service was lacking and the food not quite as enjoyable as the day before, but still good.

Later after walking back to the hotel we decided that we think Gardenia’s was the cause of our stomach issues that had started the day prior.

We lounged around the pool a bit before getting ready for dinner. First we stopped by Sancho Panza for a drink and calamari. Sancho Panza is a really cool wine bar; we really enjoyed the atmosphere and also the calamari which was very tasty. From there we headed on over to Felix’ where we had planned to have dinner. Felix’ is Mama’s Royal Cafe, a breakfast spot, by day, and then Felix’ at night.

I enjoyed reading about the history of the restaurant, which had its origins in the bay area of California. I’m also interested in looking into the book “Smart Girls Are Sexy,” which apparently was written by the owner.

We started with a crab cake; the mango salsa was tasty but crab cake itself a bit dry. From there we moved on to entrees — Mark opted for tortilla soup and I got shrimp with mint and mandarin oranges. My dish was delicious, one of the best I had the entire trip.

After dinner we stopped at a coffee shop and then headed back to The Bungalows for one last dip in the pool. Tomorrow we’d have to say goodbye to Cabo, and the thought was already making me sad.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. January 4, 2009 4:44 am

    Sounds like you had fun here ! I came down almost four years ago and never left ! Ooops.

    • January 4, 2009 1:48 pm

      Wow that’s amazing. I can see how you never left though, it’s such a beautiful place! I really hope we can make it back there at some point in ’09.

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