We are sailing the Carnival Spirit towards the United States on this Travel Photo Thursday. We’ve spent two days at Cabo San Lucas on the southern tip of Mexico’s Baja Peninsula.
It was our first- but now, definitely not our last — trip to this area that we’ve dubbed “Scottsdale by the Sea” because the leather-brown landscape and surrounding hills remind us of Arizona.
Cabo’s colors livened the muted desert tans:
This corner in the Marina flea market doubled as an ‘internet cafe’and a souvenir shop.
Even the trees were in bloom; blossoms in bright orange intensified against a cloudless blue sky.
Cafe table clothes and chairs were fiestas of brilliant colors
Fushia colored bougainvilla blossoms lined driveways and filled pots along the sprawling marina.
For more photos from around the world, visit Budget Travelers Sandbox, the host of Travel Photo Thursday. And I’ll have more cruise tales coming in future posts.