Jugo de Naranja

  
It is Wednesday, day 6 in Cabo San Lucas, as we wait for a favorable weather window before bashing north. We have been filling our time with reading, sleeping in, chit-chat, movies and dinghy trips into the marina for hikes and eating. We found a nice little family restaurant away from the tourist areas that serves great food – so far we have sampled their shimp, dorado and sea bass. They also serve the mexican specialty of jugo de naranja (fresh squeezed orange juice), which is sweet and a great thirst quencher. Yum!

After lunch today we walked over to the beach that stretches out of town along the harbor. We walked out to where Snug Harbor is anchored off the beach.

  
On one of our other hikes we checked out an architecturally impressive time share resort that is built around the rocky hills and stretches down to the beach on the Pacific side of Cabo.

   
    

It’s amazing how many places you can just walk into if you act like you own the place!

The weather window still looks like it will open Saturday, so we plan to reprovision tomorrow, complete our clearing out paperwork with immigration and the port captain Friday and head north at the crack of dawn Satuday morning.

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