07 November 2014 | Cabo San Lucas
WOW what a town! A bit spendy for my taste but picture ~500 scaly wags taking over the local cruisers hang out called Squid Roe and getting loud with music and dance while filling our gullets with all kinds of concoctions. We did the Cha cha and the swim and the Marena until we couldn't stand any more. Now this establishment is three story and it was absolutely packed! the awards ceremony for different things like who was the best fisherman, who spent the most time on the VHF, Who sailed the most, all for different divisions with different kinds of boats. WE WON! Yep we won first place for our division! At this beach there was the beach party on Saturday with all kinds of chicanery and lasciviousness going on as we again took over the local establishment. Best damn beach party we had ever attended and we had sooo much fun. Then the was the infamous kissing contest to simulate a scene from the movie From Here to Eternity. Sharon and I went at it with great passion to recreate the scene but when it was time to leave the water we could hardly get up for the surf and booze. Monday bright and early we were off again on our way to La Paz. We made a stop at Los Frailies to get some rest but the anchorage was too rolly polly and we didn't get much sleep so early once again we were off to the next anchorage Bay of Dreams. Along the way I hooked the largest Dorado I have ever seen! This brut of a male came clean out of the water and the fight was ON! I had him on a medium weight rod and boy did he fight. But alas I rushed it and got him to the boat where as we tried to gig him with the gaff he spit the hook! Oh but he was gorgeous with all his stately colors and I will never forget him.
At the bay of Dreams there was complete calm on the water and the anchorage was something to where behold. We dinghyed to the beach where there was a restaurant with an amazing view of the anchorage and some really good food. When we finished our meal as we watched the sunset over the bay we relaxed before returning to our sea horse for what was to be a good night's rest.