Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Report #129 Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Mexico May 8, 2017 Monday Partly cloudy & 76 degrees Part 3 Of 3 88 Pictures

Last of the pictures……

 

 

Last of the seal lion                 

 

The terminal for the tender boats

 

Many years ago, all there was for the tender was a cement boat launch

 

One for the Amsterdam, and one for the Carnival Miracle

 

Cabo tender

 

Going back to the ships

 

Crowded tender boat, but really nice people

 

Nice houseboats

 

Any one of these yachts will do

 

Double-hulled

 

Leaving the marina

 

Watching for sea lions

 

New resort along the way out

 

Sun bathing a fun way

 

White, sandy, and clean beach

 

Water is getting rough

 

Condos and resorts with a killer view

 

Sea lions follow the small boats

 

Photo from the tender boat

 

Cool day today

 

Going home

 

Carnival Miracle

 

Carnival Miracle – 18 lifeboats

 

Two ships, although we are certain the Carnival is actually larger

 

Another HAL tender

 

Looking good

 

 

Waters getting choppy

 

 

Ending around

 

One platform out

 

Outcroppings

 

Tender platform

 

Waiting to assist the guests

 

Sailaway Pictures

 

The Miracle will stay longer

 

Getting cloudy

 

The winds were picking up by 4pm

 

Horseback riding in this area of the beach

 

Freeway and hillsides beyond Cabo

 

Los Cabos perhaps

 

Local boat

 

Good spot for the spring breakers

 

Obviously the best spot for the party-goers

 

Entrance to the marina

 

Many site-seeing tours to explore Los Arcos

 

Famous spot in Cabo

 

Quite scenic

 

New hotel and upper level swimming pool

 

Dry and arid

 

Basketball court on the Amsterdam

 

One of the last tenderboats

 

The Mexican Ambassadors dancing

 

So fun to watch

 

Great music, although loud

 

Many sunbathers will soon blow off of the back deck

 

Talented entertainers

 

Many shades of blue and green in the water

 

Lover's Beach

 

Local tender

 

Marine Rescue boat

 

Great snorkeling here

 

Tour boats get so close

 

Older hillside rentals

 

Bonita Rose maybe?

 

Capacity to have a whole lot of guests

 

Looks like portable tents

 

This area was hit by a hurricane not too long ago

 

Some damage still evident

 

One island for the birds

 

A beach that about disappears in high tide

 

Los Arcos

 

There is the famous hole in the rock

 

Different colors in the afternoon sun

 

Many small tour boats along the shoreline

 

Carnival will stay…..lucky them

 

Rounding the point

 

Choppy waters, high winds to come

 

More high rise buildings on the Pacific coastline of Cabo

 

Marine rescue followed in our wake

 

Scenic mountains of Baja California

 

Once a sleepy fishing village

 

How things have changed since the 1970's

 

Homes with a view, but also exposed to the storms

 

Spotting Los Arcos from the opposite side

 

So windy, it was difficult to hold the camera still

 

All new apartments and resorts

 

Twenty miles of vacation property in this area

 

Until we come back again….adios Cabo

 

Precarious digs

 

Leaving our final port of call……

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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