Well, Julie and I are back from Cabo!
We took some time to celebrate our honeymoon and our trip was incredible.
We managed to fit in a lot of activities in such a short amount of time. We went sailing, drove RZR's, ate a lot, shopped a lot, and did a whole bunch of relaxing.
Here are some pics.......
Our door at the Secrets Resort had a cool Honeymoon banner on it.
Our bed had rose petals all over it. I ended up brushing the petals off into a big pile and putting the rose into a bottle of water. It lasted all week!
Our room had a patio that walked directly into a private pool.
Needless to say, I took full advantage of it! Pay no attention to my pasty white skin.
We took a day to visit San Jose. This church is the Mision De San Jose. It's a very old church, still active today, and very impressive.
Lots and lots of skulls could be found in the gift shops, including this Texans one!
Here's our view from Medano Beach in Cabo San Lucas. The beach is pretty nice with lots of eateries to choose from, but the water is super cold.
#Cabo if you want to tag your pics.
Julie and I went to eat at a hibachi grill. The cook made a cute little design out of rice & veggies for us.
And just like real life, the love went up in flames.
Julie and I are getting ready for something amazing!
We're going to go driving along the Baja sand dunes!
These machines are called RZR's (pronounced "razors"). They're super fast and powerful. I found this cool Iron Man artwork on one of them.
This is the RZR we were driving. We drove through sand, over rock, and even through a corridor of brush.
All those trails and fast driving enabled us to see views like this!
Photographers were scattered all around the course. Here's a pic of me and Julie racing across the beach.
Another pic of us speeding by. The pictures don't really show how fast we travelling.
Our guide was Ignacio Marban...from Conroe! He was awesome. I included his business card because I totally recommend him. Look for him on Facebook!
Dolphins were another common sight in Cabo. I didn't swim with them, but I did stop by an observation area to check some out.
Another pic of the dolphins. They were so cool.
Julie and I also took a day to sail the Sea Of Cortez. We did some snorkeling, eating, and sight seeing while out at sea.
One of the sights we saw is the world famous arch. Here it is. This is where the Pacific Ocean meets the Sea of Cortez.
We also made some great, new friends from right here in Texas!
(From left to right) That is Ginny & Tim Patterson, from Grapevine....Julie & Me, from Katy.....and Stacey & Garth Coursen from San Antonio.
Hanging out with them was a true highlight for us. They are all good, fun-loving folks.
We had a real blast. Can't wait to go back!