Monday, April 29, 2013

Postcards from Cabo - Day 2

Excited about the adventure we were on, we were on deck and ready for breakfast.  We walked out of the hotel, turned right and a block and a half later, there sat The Crazy Lobster where we breakfasted.  Their Happy Hour is from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. for two-for-one drinks or shots of Cuervo for 70 cents each.  Talk about kick-starting your day! 

Instead we opted for tall glasses of freshly squeezed orange juice. Mexican oranges are much sweeter than American ones. 
This set-up arrives with your eggs.

We returned to the hotel, brushed our teeth and drove to the Marina.  I wanted to take the glass-bottomed boat out to Los Arcos which we did.  "Be careful what you wish for" should be inserted here.  The trip through all of the huge fishing boats and private yachts was uneventful, but when we got out of the marina and onto open waters, hang on to your hat!

Picture not just us out there, but at least five other glass-bottomed boats, several private boats, a couple of Ski-Doos plus roped off areas for scuba divers and another for swimmers. 

Back on dry land, we repaired for much-needed sustenance because the Pacific side rattled us a bit.  Happily the first thing we saw on dry land was The Baja Brewing Company.  The three of us shared a tasting flight of seven beers which is a very good way to have a drink, but not run any risk of getting drunk. 

By now, it was time for lunch so back into the car and over to The Office.  We've always loved the place for the food, service and people watching.
Shrimp tacos, guacamole, rice and black beans in the tortilla cup. 

The restaurant building is behind all of the parasols.  You can just see the peak of the roof. 

Three tourists.

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