We spent last week in Cabo San Lucas and had a FABULOUS time. Watch with our next blog post to include all of the tales about our trip. In the mean time, we can’t stop talking about the great activities we had in paradise.
If you are traveling to Cabo anytime soon, make sure these are on your to-do list! You won’t be disappointed!
Guacamaya’s – THE MOST DELICIOUS Mexican food you will ever eat! This fun little “locals” joint in San Jose Del Cabo is nothing fancy but what they lack in linen napkins and good china they make up in quality and service. Seriously, if I could make a dress out of their tortillas and accessorize it with salsa and guacamole I think I would. We ordered way too much food and we didn’t care one bit. It just meant we had leftovers for lunch the next day. They started the meal by bringing us a fried cheese roll up. Like literally cheese the baked in a pan and then rolled up right at the end. You know every nutritionist is passing out at the sheer thought of eating fried cheese but who cares. You can’t believe the glory in front of you and promise yourself you’ll do an extra mile next time just so you don’t have to pass up this experience. Guacamaya’s will forever be on my list of restaurants to visit when in Cabo. We can’t thank Daniel, our concierge at our villa for the recommendation. We will talk about this amazing dining experience for a very long time. PS – the Corona’s are by far the coldest in all of Cabo and if you promise to buy your taxi driver an ice cream he will stop at the Wal Mart on the way home so you can finish the binge with a gelato!!
Ranchero Collins – If you are ready to unleash your inner cowboy or cowgirl, look no further than Ranchero Collins. How about a horseback ride along the sun soaked beaches of the Sea of Cortez? Why yes, I think I will! My sister and I saddled up for an amazing ride. Our horses could not be more perfectly matched – Chuy, her white horse, wanted to gallop and run like a thoroughbred, while my more reserved, Caballero, the brown stallion, preferred a saunter along the Sea. I know I related to Caballero when he stopped to eat the plants along the way – I love me snack time too! We felt like Annie Oakley when we saddled up. Our guide, Elesis, could not have been nicer and more accommodating to Jodi’s need for speed and my desire to trot. Elesis even allowed us to disembark right in front of our villa after our hour-long ride. Perfect valet service!