We spend 3 beautiful days in Cabo San Lucas. The roundtrip airfare along with the hotel accommodation costed us just over $450.
We stayed at Solmar Resorts (https://www.solmar.com/), which is rated as one of the best resorts in Cabo. Considering the amount we paid for, it was a steal!
Friday (Travel Day): We flew from San Jose, California, with a layover at Atlanta (the only downside of the $450 deal). We reached Cabo in the afternoon, where we spent most of our time in the resort pool drinking margaritas. We settled into the local culture by visiting local restaurants that night followed by a well deserved, good night sleep.
Saturday (Activity Day): Woke up early, took those drone shots, had amazing breakfast at the resort and boarded a catamaran called “Pez Gatos” (https://pezgato.com/) from the Marina de Cabo. It was a 3 hour lovely trip to the Santa Maria Bay where we spent most of our time in water amongst the numerous fishes.
Then later in the day, we celebrated our first trip together with a set of margaritas at El Peregrino (https://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g152515-d8552941-Reviews-El_Peregrino-Cabo_San_Lucas_Los_Cabos_Baja_California.html), where we met some of the best restaurant staff ever. They made our experience fun and memorable.
Sunday (Chill Day): From the hangover last night, we decided to take it easy and soak in our last day here at Cabo. We had our brunch at a place called “The Office on the Beach” (http://www.theofficeonthebeach.com/). As the name suggests, it was literally on the beach with live Mariachi bands performing for all the guests. We then decided to visit the Chileno Bay where we spent a couple of hours watching the sun set amongst million other fishes.
After we freshened up we visited the local Mexican markets where we found some very cute stores. One artist stood apart, with his shop filled with paintings done by his father, mother, himself and even his girlfriend. We all got some of their paintings for our walls. Do give him a follower if you happen to be on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/hecorls.art/). Another one was Adobe Cabo (https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Apparel—Clothing/Adobe-Cabo-155917565010695/) if you are interested in buying arts and crafts made in Mexico.Later that night we visited a restaurant called “Hacienda Cocina and Cantina” (https://www.haciendacocina.mx/) which is coined as one of the best restaurant in Cabo. The bill turned out to be more than the roundtrip cost for one person. So Unfortunate 🙂