Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

Last week I was in Beautiful Cabo San Lucas, Mexico celebrating 10 Wonderful years of marriage with my favorite person in the whole world,  my awesome husband Jake.
This week I'm struggling to get back into the groove of ordinary life.  Jake claims he has PVD (post vacation depression) and I think I may have a little of it too!

We had taken a trip to Cabo when we were just dating and it was one of our most favorite vacations,  so that is why we decided to go there again.

 We had an amazing time, mostly just doing a whole lot of this...

Cabo is most known for its Arch. ( El Arco ) We had a great view of it from our balcony.

The resort we stayed at had two infinity pools, which were Awesome!

 The weather however wasn't the best.  It rained almost every day we were there,  and not just a little drizzle but full on down pours.  We didn't let it get us down though.  We spent many of the day's sitting in the hot tub and letting it just rain down on us.  We also found it to be incredibly relaxing,  we would just sit on our balcony,  reading books and listening to the combination of rain and waves. 

 On the second day we were there,  we got a little wild hair and decided to go Zip Lining.
It ended up being the perfect day to this because it wasn't too hot and it wasn't raining.
Zip lining was something I've always wanted to do,  but when it came time to go I was having some major anxiety. But the instructors were awesome. They were all bilingual and made us feel very safe.

The tour had 8 runs,  with a little hiking in between.
some of the runs were solo and on some of them we got to  go together.

Talk about an adrenaline rush!  Seriously, it was the highlight of our trip.

And then it was just back to the beach and back to being lazy.

 When we would go for walks along the beach I kept finding heart shaped coral.  I ended up with 10 of them. One for each year of our marriage.

And here is a picture of our hotel.
The hotel was a Welk's Resort named, Sirena Del Mar
You can learn more about the resort HERE

I think we would definitely stay there again. The rooms were really nice,  but the only downside is that the beach was small,  although we could have taken a cab to the larger beach as well as the down town shopping area, but we didn't because of the rain.  And we had also heard that that area was pretty flooded.

It was a wonderful trip that we will be talking about for years to come.
okay,  now back to trying to get back to reality!
Thanks for stopping by,


  1. I am excited for you, what a wonderful vacation and what wonderful photos. Thank you for sharing. That is a place that we have dreamed of going too. It looks like you had a marvelous time.

    Come on over and see what I've made from recycled candle-holders and small lamps. Aren't you a little bit curious?
    Have a great day, Connie :)

  2. Looks like you had a great trip! Congrats on ten years of marriage! :)

  3. You're a lucky girl! I've never been to Cabo but have it on my list!! Zip lining will be out of the question! I am a wimp! Great pictures, Emily. Happy Anniversary!


  4. looks beautiful thanks for sharing.
    lovely blog..I shall return.
    Bec x

  5. Happy Anniversary!! What a wonderful trip! I'm so glad you had a wonderful time!

  6. Congratulations on 10 years - and what a lovely way to celebrate!

  7. Happy 10th Anniversary to you and Jake. Love you guys! Sorry to hear about the rain but I'm glad you didn't let it get you down. Way to be brave on the zip line. It looks like fun. I agree, PVD is no fun. (Maybe we can plan a SWORTON cruise or something, yes? Planning the next one helps me get over my PVD.)

    PS- I can't see your new shade of red very well in these pics so you'll have to send me up close pics of your beautiful face. You have my email. Send away.

  8. Your vaca spot looks gorgeous-congrats!! I'm visiting from City Farmhouse and am your newest follower-hope you'll visit and say hi! :)