~ Spa Day, Jet Skiing, Parasailing, Etc. ~
Pueblo Bonito's Spa at the Rose'
Once we found out that we'd be going to one of the top ten spa's in Mexico...
Pia and I started hoarding our nickels and dimes.
The renewal of body & spirit was the ultimate gift we gave ourselves while in Cabo!
We really enjoyed our spa treatments!












We both indulged in swedish massages, tropical body treatments complete with mango and coconut gels, scrubs and masks...  all finished off by an incredible vichy shower treatment!!! Pia went on to have a facial as well... and I did much relaxing in their back room. They have two jacuzzi's and a cold dip tank.  They also had a steam room and a Swiss shower. Everything smelled citrus-y clean, just like the mandarin-lemon water and fresh fruit they provide...
not to mention the hot eucalyptus towels!
Talk about indulgence!!!
We also had a great time jet skiing one afternoon!  What more can be said, aside from the thrill of riding the waves with the salt water stinging your eyes and the wind in your tattered hair?!  Actually it was one of the best things that we did...  and we all wanted more.  A few hours later though and our bodies told us there was a reason why we only rode for an hour...  we were in pain!
Beautiful Bird's Eye View of Cabo!!!
This was my first time parasailing ever.  I had always wanted to do it, but we always ran out of time while on vacation.  I'm so glad I finally got the chance!!! How peaceful and serene it was!
Nothing but silence and the rushing of air across your earlobes...
Floating high above the sky
We also hit the Glass Museum on our last day before we headed to the airport. Vitrofusion Y Arte is a must see. You can watch the artesans blow glass... it's amazing what they can do with a melted glob!  Just be aware that if you watch them make something and want it... you'll need to give them 24 hours.  It's for your safety. We watched the turtle being made, and Pia couldn't take it home... too hot!!!
Molcajete is a rough surfaced bowl made of volcanic rock. It's used to gring spices, tomatoes and chili's. This wonderful dish was also filled with chicken, cheese, onions and mole. I'd go back in a heartbeat just to eat this again!!! YUM!
Try it!
Just a few extra's!
Um... Pia? Watch that hand!!!
One too many at the Tequlia Museum?  Somebody save the locals from her!
This is Rodney's
REAL CATCH!!!
Until we meet again...
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