To many the trip to Los Cabos is the equivalent to what we used to experience in college — namely, spring break.
You remember those days, I’m sure. Traveling with a bunch of fellow revelers, having only one goal in mind. Party central. It seemed to be a contest to see how late one can party, how crazy drunk one can get, how many stupid advances can one make to try to connect with the opposite sex, how late in the day can one sleep to get over the hangover from the night before. Yes, those glory days and nights.
Bottom line. A chance to act totally irresponsibly for a week or so. That was and apparently continues to be what Spring Break is today.
Well, Los Cabos is your classic Spring Break destination.
As my son, Guy, would say “there are no rules. It’s Mexico”.
It is always Spring Break in Cabo, no matter what time of year it is.
At this stage of my life my only role in the Spring Break tradition of Cabo is as chronicler. So, I and my crew have dutifully attempted to investigate and report on whether Spring Break is alive and well in Cabo.
In order to do that we have had to patronize and frequent some establishments that have reputations for being locations that host Spring Break types. Remembering all the time that our role here is simply observe, investigate and report.
The Giggling Marlin, Squid Roe, Cabo Wabo, and Happy Ending to name a few.
Needless to say, this is an ongoing investigation. Stay posted…