Our ship, the Vision of the Seas ,pulled into Cabo San Lucas very early in the morning on December 23,2004. The air was warm. Passengers headed ashore lined up for the tender boats to take them .
Around the ship, parasailers enjoyed the sport.
A Holland America Ship beat us into port and left ahead of us in the evening to get to Mazatlan the next morning. It is a smaller ship than the Vision of the Seas. We could see the fenced outdoor basketball courts on its deck.
Cabo San Lucas sits at the very tip of Baja, California. It is famous for these rock formations. On the other side of these rocks are the famous Los Arcos. They are an arched rock formation.
The city of Cabo San Lucas is fairly small. A significant ocean beach affronts the city to the ocean. It is famous for deep sea fishing and for sailfish and swordfish. Most of that activity is now catch and release. Linzi and Heather went ashore for the day and had lunch at a seaside restaurant.
Sue and I had a great day sketching and doing watercolor of the harbor scene from the ship. I took my watercolors to the windjammer and became a "famous watercolor artist " in the eyes of several young kids that were spending the day on the ship with their families.