Cabo was awesome. I got endless supply of alcohol for a week, and ate a whole bunch of Americanized Mexican food in Mexico. The first reason why I went to Cabo was because Alaska Airlines SUCK. During my trip to Hawaii last fall, my Alaska Airlines flight back home got canceled on a Sunday. So I flew back home at 4am the next morning and still made it to school 7am. Horrible, yes. So they gave me and my family a free flight. Woot, so Cabo it was.
Here are some of the pretty pictures and highlights of my trip.
This was a pretty painting near a flea market on our way to eat lunch.
Bongs and jewelery. I spy with my little eye something really inappropriate.
Dinner at La Ricazon. I got tostadas! This restaurant was a hole in the wall. Surrounded by so many ghetto buildings. :( They had a TV with Heat vs Okc playing and a really nice bonfire in the middle of the restaurant.
The next day, had lunch at Madera Bistro. This place was my favorite restaurant by far in Cabo. All you could eat steak house for 18 bucks a person! But! It was soo lame how it took forever to find it. We took a taxi to Cabo Wabo. Walked like 10 blocks around and around asking people if they know Madera Bistro to find this restaurant. None of the locals ever heard of this place. 30 minutes later, just about gave up trying to find this restaurant and call it a day when a bike taxi was pestering us. He told us he could find Madera, and he asked around and found a tourist guide. The Biker took us back to Cabo Wabo, and this restaurant was just across the street. Terrible mishap, but awesome that we ended up finding it.
For even prettier pictures via instagram, check out my previous blog: here.
Why is it so hard for me to blog? Well here is my vacation at Cabo San Lucas, Mexico via instagram pictures! :)
I can't believe I went to Mexico and didn't get to use any Spanish. Hehe
Joanna is a very bubbly silly girl. Just graduating from Cal State East Bay with her bright pink and red sashes. I came to San Francisco ready to shoot, and she has a big table cloth for her backdrop. My boyfriend and her hung it up on the window. What a genius. I have never shot against the window in the evening. Her pictures turned out soooo sooo bright! Her post-processing was different from what I was use to. However, her photos turned out great! Not to mention she is a very good model, singer, and a very pretty girl. :)
EJ, Joanna's nephew, is one handsome little man. Joanna said EJ usually will come up to strangers and starts random conversations with you. But I suppose since I was holding a huge black object seemingly scary for a 3 year old, maybe he thought I was going to hurt him? He did not speak to me once!! He was hiding behind Joanna or his dad everytime I tried to take a picture. What a cuttie. Wished I got more pictures of him, but he didn't like me. :(
The Mabanta family. They are the type of family that I wished for in my life. They are all very close to each other and they treat each other like best friends. They joke around I will be forever glad they accepted me in their lives. :)
My lovely boyfriend's auntie and uncle celebrated their silver anniversary today. Tons of food, friends, and faith. I asked them if I could borrow their wedding rings but Auntie Rosanne did not have hers on which Uncle Bob laughed uncaringly about. They are such a loving couple it is definitely something worth to celebrate.
A lot of teary heartfelt moments and unforgettable laughs were shared this day which made me wish my tiny camera could just capture it all.