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Cabo, day 3

Sorry this is a little late. We're a little relaxed and by the time the end of the day is here my mind is long gone. Rough life. Let me see if I can recap yesterday, Monday...day 3. The boys woke up at 5am and headed out to their private boat to fish for 6 hours. I slept in and then enjoyed the morning and early afternoon by the pool with my MIL. The boys came back around 1pm with a cooler full of fish. They caught 20 and brought home 8. We all spent the rest of the day in the pool and sleeping under our cabanas. Very relaxing day. After we got cleaned up we walked a couple hundred feet to the lounge for happy hour. Again, it was relaxing and breathtaking. We overlooked the infnity pool and ocean. After drinks, snacks and churros dipped in chocolate and carmel we came back to the condo and chilled some more. The boys processed their fish while I lounged on the couch and caught up with some family on skype. My handsome man and I took a nice walk on the beach at sunset and just soaked in the Lord's beauty. Its truly amazing. I wish you all could experience this. That was pretty much it. Happy campers here!

this is what we wake up to..

The Lounge during "Happy Hour"

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