In looking at these pictures from Cabo, I’m realizing that I really need to work on my landscape photography. I love the details, that much is evident….but it seems as though I should start expanding my photographic horizons this year. Sorry, that was an internal side note that ended up coming out through typing fingers. I didn’t have a readily available shutter remote for my new camera when we went to Cabo so there aren’t as many photos with the both of us as I’d like. However, I did manage to get a few detailed shots of the fun we had – walking the marina, enjoying Medano beach, enjoying the hotel pool and of course, FOOD. [Not pictured here: our attempts to stand-up paddle board, our spa day and Holly jet skiing.] On our next vacation I vow to take some really kick-ass pics. But this trip, this was just for us. Keyword RELAX.
The end of 2014 was a bit chaotic for us. We had visits from family and friends, we survived the holidays, and we did all of this while contemplating and ultimately deciding on a major career move for my wife. 2014 was such an incredible year of growth and joy for Holly & I but at the end of it all we were s-p-e-n-t. A getaway was sorely needed. We went online and booked a cheap vacation package to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. We were fortunate enough to have chosen a boutique hotel that fit our style to a T. The Bahia Hotel & Beach Club is a chic little hotspot near Medano Beach. The restaurant on property, Esquina, was jam packed every night. It’s no wonder, really. We chose this place because of their strong food and beverage menus. Having a cute coffee shop onsite didn’t hurt either. 😉 Is it fair to tell you that Bahia had the very best ceviche in Cabo without having a picture to show for it? Probably not, huh? oh well. They did. It was some of the best I’d ever had. So please, if you must go to Cabo and stay anywhere aside from the Bahia do yourself a favor and go there simply for the ceviche.