Learned my lesson in Puerto Vallerta yesterday, and signed up for an excursion this morning...it is called Coastal Highlights, and the main thing it has going for it is the air conditioned bus we'll travel in.
I had a nice leisutely breakfast, read for a while, then took the tender to town at about 10am. I don't have to meet my excursion group for another hour or so, so I have time to do a little shopping. So far, I like Cabo waaay better than Puerto Vallerta. Nicer stuff in the shops and the vendors aren't as aggressive.
On line to board the bus, I saw Kathy, one of my Club 300 tablemates (more about that later), and was happy to see a familiar face. The bus was large, modern, and happily, very air conditioned. On the way to our first stop we passed Cabo Wabo:
Sadly, a stop for some tequila was not in the tour description. Onward to a glass blowing factory. Pretty hot near the furnace, but I always find glass blowing to be fascinating.
Then on to a resort with some fabulous views, and a complimentary soft drink to sooth parched throats.
Next stop, the sister city of Cabo San Lucas, San Jose de Cabo. I loved this town! We saw some sights, and I had time to shop (found some cool Day of the Dead stuff, and the shopkeepers here were very low key), and grab a bite to eat.
Last stop, a cactus garden. Along with several others, I opted to remain on the bus. Don't love cacti, don't love the heat.
Good thing I shopped before and during the excursion, because we got back to Cabo just in time to take one of the last tenders back to the ship.
And saw some pretty sights along the way:
Tonight is our second "formal" dinner and afterwards Wendy's short class. More on that later....