Cabo San Lucas, Mexico


This is a post sponsored by Princess Cruises. All opinions are 100% my own.

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Okay guys, here we are in Cabo San Lucas; in which my previous posts I mentioned that the #1 reason I said yes to going on this Mexican Riviera cruise with Princess Cruises was because Cabo San Lucas was a stop along the trip.

I have been dying to go to Cabo San Lucas ever since high school when Laguna Beach and The Hills would go for Spring Break like every season. “We’re going to Cabo” was like the key phrase and it made me yearn to go and be just like them! Because OF COURSE I wanted to be just like them; I was in high school and pretty much wanted have every celebrity’s life that I saw on tv.

Never got my chance to go because pretty sure my parents would never have paid for that trip and let alone let me out of the country by myself with my friends..on SPRING BREAK of all things. Yeah, no.


So yay for the Princess Cruises opportunity to get me to my dream destination and to see what all the hype was about. Or rather, what Kristin and LC saw in Cabo that kept them going back for more ;)

But in all seriousness, I can see why people love Cabo San Lucas so much! It’s so idyllic and relaxing. Gina, Brandy, Jessica, and I chose to go on a luxury day cruise excursion.

…because when in Cabo.


Early in the morning, we hopped off the Ruby Princess (pictured above) and hopped on a catamaran and sailed away for the day. It was amazing and I fell asleep in the sun for a good 30 minutes or so. We also stopped at a location and they anchored the catamaran and let us go snorkeling, paddleboarding, and just wading in the water. The water was so warm!

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When we got back to the ship, we had our champagne waiting for us in the fridge (omg I know, so fancy) and we sailed away, making our way back to Los Angeles.


Posted on December 16, 2016

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  1. Maria
    12/16/2016 at 1:04 pm

    What a great trip!

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