Friday, April 16, 2010

Hola from Los Cabos


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Warning:  Depending where you are when you are reading this, you might feel a tinge of envy, but let me preface this post by saying that this vacation is just what I am needing to recharge and ‘smooth my feathers’... I am sitting on a beautiful sunny beach in Los Cabos, Baja Mexico sipping a Margarita and eating a pizza with Mexican hot sauce ....two weeks of bliss….with lots of  time to waste away in Margaritaville.   The resort I am staying at is situated on a magnificent private coral beach with 6 swimming pool, 3 restaurants, and a world famous Wine Therapy Spa with treatments called vinotherapy (more on that in another post.)  I arrived late Sunday, and on Monday I did not leave the pool deck.  I was totally mesmerized by the warm ocean breeze, the sound of the surf, and the reflections in the infinity pool.

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The wildlife at the pool.

This iguana has a good thing going.  He slinks under the deck chairs and waits in prey for any unattended food that he can pilfer.  The first time I noticed him (or may it is a ‘her’) he had a slice of tomato in his mouth, bigger than the size of his head, and was scurrying across the pool deck back to the safety of his rock to devour it.   It quite shocked me the first time I saw him, but over the course of a few days the more I saw him the more familiar he became.

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The resort is at the bottom of a high outcropping of rock.  Walking back to my room these are some of the view corridors to the ocean.  My favourite time of day is in the late afternoon, when the sun is lower in the sky and casts dramatic shadows.

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Shadows on the trunk of a palm tree (left)

One of the restaurants is situated on the edge of the ocean and is lit entirely by candle light where Chef Gerardo Rivera reigns supreme.  The service staff bring flashlights to look at the menu. For my main course I had the most delectable local Sea Bass firewood cooked with tomato chunks, lemon grass and cilantro accompanied by a glass of Chateau Camou, El Gran Divino”, (Late Harvest).  For dessert I waited patiently for the 20 minute cooking time for the Chocolate Bomba scented with Cardamom and Bitter Chocolate, which was baked in a wood oven. In Spanish -  Bomba de chocolat amargo y cardomomo.

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Chocolate Bomba baked in a wood oven.

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One of the paths to the beach / Private deluxe beach cabanas

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An early morning walk on the beach

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The waves washing up on the beach (left) / The waves receding (right)  

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Coral Reef Beach

Wish you were here!!!!

Patricia Gray Inc is an award winning Interior Designer firm  in Vancouver, Canada who blogs about WHAT'S HOT  in the world of Interior Design.
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