Cabo San Lucas – Part II
This is the second installment of my Cabo San Lucas trip. As I mentioned in my
, Mister and I had a fantastic time. We also met some amazing people and the previous post Paradisus Los Cabos staff made our trip even more memorable.
Here are more pictures of my trip – and I even compiled [with the help of my favorite film director – a.k.a, Inès] a short video that I know I’ll enjoy watching over time to remind me of this trip.
One of my favorite spots at Paradisus Los Cabos – we called these the “Kinder” hanging egg pods – to sip a colorful cocktail under the shade at the end of a long day of sun.
The pool situation at Paradisus Los Cabos. As part of the Royal Service, we had access to a private pool as well. Choices, choices.
Eusebio, the cocktail master, who taught us a mixology class and how to shake a shaker like you mean it. We learned how to make a “Sexy Lemonade” and a “Grape’s Anatomy” cocktail under his supervising eye.
The Coco’s Beach Bar, right on the beach, where we attended the mixology class with Eusebio.
Ruth, the queen of the salad bar grill who made sure my glass of Chardonnay was a bottomless one! I’ll most certainly remember her contagious smile and her amazing sense of service.
El Arco, the famous Los Cabos golden arch.
The Lovers’ Beach, which was packed because… Valentine’s Day.
Miguel, the whale whisperer, who took us for a memorable whale-watching boat ride; he taught us how to spot signs of whale activity so I could get my camera ready for this half-a-second a-ha life moment – you can witness the magical moment in the video below. Epic!
And before we knew it, it was time to pack our bags and get back to real life. Hashtag, le sigh. Thank you Cabo San Lucas and Paradisus Los Cabos, you were swell!
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