Our family's first international trip was a breeze. Well, metaphorically speaking. It was scorching hot in Mexico. However, who can complain about the heat when our hotel had a 10 acre swim-able lagoon? In fact, just hours after landing, John and Jack took a kayak ride through the turquoise lagoon. Cabo is the land of sprawling resorts, the friendliest staff you'll ever meet, and rocky cliffs that hug the coastline. We had such a blast. We were invited by our friends, who frequent the city. It was a pleasure to to enjoy Cabo with people who are native to the culture. On the agenda: exploring the trinket shops downtown, back-to-back date nights sans kids, John and Jack cruising the beach via an ATV tour, feasting on amazing authentic Mexican cuisine, and lots of pool and swim time with the kids.
My next post will detail the famous "bucket list" restaurant Flora Farms, and all of it's organic-farm-to-table glory. It was seriously so incredible, it will take up a whole post.