And of course we had to get pictures of each other at the resort. This is my favorite picture I took of J.
my man with his hat and his camera. two must haves in Cabo!
I had to pretend to be a model since my husband seemed to be so good at it...
Gotta love the tripod and the timer!
And then when we had enough of taking pictures of the pretty backgrounds, we just got silly.
My husband has this thing of taking really close up shots, you know those ones that show your pores and that every woman hates? Well, he likes to take those.
The nights were just as beautiful as the days. A little bit chilly but not too bad.
We ate a lot but our favorite dishes there were the shrimp dishes. Everything there that had shrimp in it was seriously awesome. If you ever stay at this resort, get the shrimp tacos at the Bistro restaurant, they were SO good! I have food pictures and all that but I think this post is long enough!
In short, I highly recommend this resort. It was pretty much the farthest resort that you could go to in Cabo. We were so far away from the city and up high in like a mountain that we never got bothered once by crazy spring breakers or such. We talked to a couple at the airport who stayed closer to town and said that the beaches were crazy and the music thumping went on all night. There were some families with kids but they had separate pools and we never really saw them. The majority of people were retirees so there was never any overcrowding at the pools or waiting in line to get drinks. (they actually come to you and ask you if you want anything). The service was always great and the room we got was lovely.
So after a week of sun and fun, we had to kiss Cabo goodbye and hope to be able to come back soon!
We have more pictures on style.ish so hop on over there to check them out!