Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Hot! Hot! Hot!

Located at the southernmost tip of Baja California, Cabo San Lucas and San Jose Del Cabo were definitely one of the hottest places we've ever been. 120 degrees fahrenheit daily on those days that we were there, but that didn't prevent us from going fishing and doing the cooking tour. There were no traditional market in Cabo, so a trip to their local supermarket it is. Loved the bakery department, so many breads and pastries to choose from. Couldn't help grabbing a few yummy goodies. These are desert towns sitting next to the Pacific Ocean and Sea of Cortez. Loved the more quaint and cleaner San Jose Del Cabo vs Cabo San Lucas which is way too commercialized for me.
Lonesome cactus
The famous El Arco- lots of fishing and strong waves 
Very tender octopus ceviche and addictive pickled until red sweet onions
Flavorful carnitas cooked in a paper bag
                                                                               
                                             Tasty seafood ceviche with just the right amt of lime
Grilled sea bass
Yummy mahi-mahi (freshly caught by hubby)
                                                                           
Wanted to try them all!

                                                           Wonderful bread w/custard
                                           Too bad tummy couldn't pack all of these goodies
                                                                Yeah, chiles!!!
                                                               More chiles
                                                                Local sugar
Gotta make the tamarindo juice and jamaica flowers water

The best freshly made corn tortillas

Care for glass bottom boats tour at the marina?
                                                        Medano Beach at Cabo San Lucas               


                                                        Beautiful Sea Of Cortez


Another lovely view of the Sea Of Cortez from resort

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