Cabo San Lucas captivates me with its stunning landscape. This day, the town means shoes to me not rocks and drama.
As we started off the ship, one foot became very painful. Perhaps my very old shoes had given up the ghost. No walking on these. With kind directions from several men in informational kiosks, and several more kiosks, and bus drivers, we figured out that bus stops were painted blue and shoe stores were all up one block and about five that’a’way on Main Street. No one spoke English. Our Spanish is limited. “Zapatos, por favor,” I would say pointing at my shoes.
The people who live there shop there….and so did we. In the second shoe store, we found a pair of Nikes, “Forest Gumps” as G calls them…Men’s, size ten. White. That’s me.
As we sauntered back toward the harbor walk, we noticed more than one cruise ship had anchored near our ship the OOSTERDAM. The Regency SEVEN SEAS NAVIGATOR, one of the old R ships, was on the left, and the HAL ship ROTTERDAM was to the right. Being a ship person, I happily photographed ships with great enthusiasm.
Another formal Dinner where I scattered beads like confetti. I changed after eating so my fragile clothing didn’t continue to fail with each step I took, and off we went to a show filled with energy. Dinner not working well though the comedian and magician did work well.