Cam & I spent a glorious 6 days and 5 nights in Los Cabo, Mexico. We went with his parents and his oldest sister and brother-in-law as well as their newest babe, Maddyn. We stayed at one of the nicest resorts I have ever and probably will ever stay at, Grand Sol Mar Lands End. Y'all, this resort was the best! The people were the nicest, food was great, rooms were cleaner than probably my own! AMAZING! I absolutely loved it. Oh yeah, and they have SIX pools 4 of which are infinity! I highly recommend staying here if you have the chance. I plan on going back every year for the rest of time. It was THAT good. :)
Cam & I flew in a couple hours earlier than his parents so we hung out at baggage claim in the Mexican airport for a while. Once they arrived we loaded up into the resort shuttle and drove about 35 minutes to our resort. Cam & I were starving so upon arrival after receiving our bienvenidos (Welcome) margaritas we made our way to the Brisas bar (Pool bar) and scarfed down some of the best calamari ever and chicken nachos. We ate while looking out at the ocean and listening to the waves crash at the shore.
After we checked in we decided it was time to try out the pools and it was almost happy hour after all! Ally and Maddyn took a quick snooze on the balcony. The boys enjoyed their happy hour and we met them at dinner later that evening. Dinner was full of wine, shrimp, fish, and bread! We listened to the mariachi band and they played for our table about 5 times.
This trip was full of yummy food, drinks and, sunshine. We ate at some of the local places including, Las Guacamaya's, The Office, and Mariscos las Tes Islas. At Las Guacamaya's we all ordered Stone Bowls. These bowls came hot and straight off the fire full of cheese and different meats. They were fantastic and the best flour tortillas I have ever had. This place not only had fantastic food, but the costumer service was great. The workers were in love with Maddyn and even got her a little blanket and chair to lay in while we ate dinner.
baby in a bar!
busy streets of Cabo
The boys went deep sea fishing on our 4th day there and caught a few fish. They filleted them and we took them into town to be cooked at Solomon's Landing. This place gives you 5 different ways to cook your fish and you can decide on what you would like. They chose fried, cajun, and capers style and they raved about all of them. I happily ate my chicken Caesar salad, but it was so big I couldn't even finish it!
I feel like all we did was eat... this trip was exactly what we all needed rest and relaxation. Another place that we went is a Cabo legend, The Office.
Here you sit in the sand, drink big (& strong) margaritas, and listen to the waves crash and the sound of different accents and people having a good time. We had some good calamari and chicken quesadillas here. Jay ordered more cerviche and was in love.
Because I haven't posted enough pictures... longest blog post ever. Here are a few of my most favorite from our trip.
Spending time with this sweet girl all alone was great. We did miss her siblings though
Every picture of this resort is like a post card... amazing!
Maddyn turned 1 month old while on the beach in Cabo... lucky girl!
Hasta luego Cabo!