148.6...Cabo, Una Vez Mas
I can’t believe how far behind I am in posting! Life just gets in the way!!
Rewind to Tuesday, March 13th. I was in the mood for sushi so I stopped at Ototo Sushi for lunch. Ninja Roll:
I ran a bunch of errands and took my son to his Bar Mitzvah tutor. That evening I went over to Pamela’s house for St. Patrick’s Day Bunco. We enjoyed tons of Irish delights!
Fun night! Thanks Pamela!
Wednesday, March 14th I was up super early to get dressed and finished packing for our flight to Cabo. Yes, we were just there. This time it was my husband’s company’s annual President’s Club trip.
I didn’t feel like eggs that early so I opted for toast with peanut butter.
I guess I was half asleep because I almost forgot to take a picture of it!
We finally arrived in Cabo and checked into our room at Secrets, an all-inclusive resort. There were some snacks where I checked in, so I helped myself.
Later on I met some friends at one of the restaurants there for lunch. Fish tacos:
I went back to my room to enjoy the view and get ready for our cocktail hour.
Some of us went to dinner at Himitsu, their Japanese restaurant. We opted for a teppanyaki table.
Spicy ramen soup:
Steak, tuna and fried rice:
Fried ice cream for dessert:
The food was just eh but our chef was fabulous. He put on a great show letting us all participate. After dinner, it was time for bed.
Thursday morning I slept in and ordered room service for breakfast.
Then it was time to hit the pool for the day!
Fish tacos again for lunch!
That evening we went to El Patio, their Mexican restaurant. I split a Caesar salad with my husband.
Then I had the Tortilla Soup:
Churros and lava cake for dessert!
Food was eh again but we had a great time!
Friday I went to the breakfast buffet which I had heard was good. It was!
The French toast was outstanding!
We hung out by the pool (I snacked on some chips and guacamole) then the whole group gathered to head for an evening of sailing, followed by dinner and dancing out in Cabo.
We had dinner at La Golondrina. Our meals started with a tostada:
Followed by a bean soup:
I had the sea bass which came with mashed potatoes and coleslaw.
I actually like the sides better than the fish.
Next up: Mandala Nightclub!
We stayed out pretty late so we slept in a bit on Saturday. Breakfast buffet again!
A group of us headed over to the Vidanta Hotel to go to the Omnia day club for a St. Patrick’s Day celebration. The hotel itself was gorgeous!! Omnia was a blast!
We had a bunch of great food for lunch. Their food there was fabulous!
We headed back to Secrets in time for our dinner at Portofino, their Italian restaurant. My husband and I shared the Caprese salad:
I had the Beef Carpaccio:
Then the Spaghetti Carbonara:
Best meal of the whole trip. I wish we had gone there sooner!
Sunday morning we got packed up and had our last breakfast buffet:
We flew home and headed to Burger Night at our club for dinner.
Beef burger, lettuce wrapped with onions, tomatoes, chipotle aioli and their fabulous onion rings.
I took the kids to school, then met with my trainer. Somehow I survived the workout.
I ran some errands and stopped at Green Spot Salad Company for lunch. They changed their menu and didn’t have the normal ahi bowl that I usually get so I opted for a similar one: Pacific Ahi Bowl:
It was pretty good!
That evening I wasn’t inspired to be creative so it was my go-to for dinner. Spaghetti and salad.
After I took the kids to school, I went to spin class. I came home to attack my inbox and get stuff organized. Lunch was a tuna melt and pickles:
I took my son to Bar Mitzvah tutoring and then I was off to my book club that night at Carly’s house. She had an insane spread of food out.
Everything was so delicious!!
Took the kids to school, then went to Orange Theory where I got my butt kicked. I ran errands all over town it felt like, stopping at Urban Plates for lunch. I opted for the Cobb salad this time:
Dinner was spaghetti leftovers:
I dropped the kids off, then went to yoga. Then I went to a meeting, got my nails done. Lunch was a Grilled Chicken Greek salad at Marketplace Grill.
For dinner, I made Amazing Salmon, Trader Joe’s rice pilaf and steamed veggies.
After I dropped off the kids at school, I went to a meeting, then the gym for some treadmill time. I ran errands and met Alicia at Ototo Sushi for lunch.
Last night we went over to Asaf and Yamia’s house for a Shabbat Dinner celebrating their son Nathan’s Bar Mitzvah this weekend. There was an awesome spread of Israeli food for dinner and a fabulous dessert buffet. I put my phone away for the night but I assure you, it was delicious.
Breakfast this morning:
My daughter made waffles so I had to try some. :)
Then we went to Nathan’s Bar Mitzvah services. There was a luncheon afterwards. Tonight, it’s time to party with Nathan!
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