I wish I could get honeysuckle to grow like this in Canada!
Yes, this is the Hotel California.
We will own a piece of this artwork before we leave Mexico.
So we did make it to Cabo San Lucas on Tuesday as we'd planned. This is the southern most point on the Baja California. Hooray! We made it down the Baja with our RV. Only 1056 miles from the US/Mexican border to Cabo. We said we'd drive the Baja and we did and it was quite an exciting experience to realize we had finally made it. We are currently in the Villa Serena RV Park which is a beautiful spot with full amenities but unfortunately is not on the ocean. It was quite a luxury for us to do our laundry in a real washing machine. It was an uneventful trip from La Ventana to Cabo, well as uneventful as it gets down here.
Connected with some more friends from back home, Murray and Tracy Smith, and Todo Santos did not disappoint as we explored the town for the day. Of course a stop at Los Ceretos on the way home for a swim in the Pacific was called for. The surf was behaving itself so a fantastic time was had by all including our faithful poochy Skeena. Did we ever tell you what her names means in Spanish - Corner! So now she's overcome 2 phobias, duck decoys and the surf. She romped around in the waves like an old pro. It came to our attention while rollicking in the surf that we now need 2 boogy boards to get full enjoyment from that surf. Off to Costco we go!
Today was a quieter day with a trip to the Baja Books & Maps store in San Jose as well as a trip to the new marina. It blew us away as to the development that has happened in the last year since we were here last. The marina is full of luxury yahts and the road has experienced significant improvements. Its looking really uptown now. We're going fishing tomorrow with another fellow Cannuck from the RV park. Hopefully we'll catch something other than Sierra as our pallets are wanting something a little different.