This morning it was a little overcast, but very warm in Cabo San Lucas. By noon the skies cleared and the sun shone again, its warm rays penetrating my lily white Alaskan skin. In the distance at sea we could see one of the Princess cruise ships moored in the bay, little orange and white tenders running back and forth taking passengers to shore. We had breakfast at 11:00AM, it is clear that we are on vacation mode and time has lost all meaning. On the agenda is more pool time and lots of sunscreen. We visited the tour office and are now pouring over brochures to plan our day tomorrow. Many options include dune buggy sand dune tours of the beaches, snorkeling, whale watching, and dinner cruises. We may do one, or all of them. Last night we took a taxi and ate dinner downtown, took photo ops at the famous Giggling Marlin. Cabo has changed a lot since we first visited in the early 1960’s, it is very cosmopolitan and caters to tourists thanks to the many cruise ships that visit. All in all it is a very relaxing, easy place to escape during the cold, dark Alaskan winter.