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In 2015, Sandy and I achieved a long held dream for a visit to a destination a little different from our previous cruises. Passage through the Panama Canal.

After our passage through the Panama Canal, after visits to Costa Rica where we experienced our first zip line ride and Huatulco, Mexico. There we did a river rafting ride on the Copalita River.

After Huatulco we are in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico for kayaking and snorkeling. At Cabo the port is not deep enough to accomodate docking at the pier for ships the size of cruise ships. We had to tender to shore.

The first sight we saw upon arriving at the point of our kayak launch was The Danza de los Voladores (Dance of the Flyers), or Palo Volador (Pole Flying), is performed atop a tall revolving pole. They climb a 30-meter pole from which four of the five participants then launch themselves tied with ropes to descend to the ground. The fifth remains on top of the pole, dancing and playing a flute and drum.

There is a long piece of land, mostly rock but with pockets of beach area running out from the peninsula. At the end of that land is a natural formation which is in the form of an arch. We paddled out to that point and then part way back to where we beached the kayaks and did the snorkeling.

Our next stop was Ensenada, Mexico. There we visited the natural wonder, the La Bufadora blowhole not far from Esenada.

Esenada was our last port call of the trip before arriving at our final stop in San Diego, California. Once we departed the ship, we flew back home to Texas.

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Sailing into the port at Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Sailing into the port at Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Sailing into the port at Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. One of the tenders which will take us from the ship to the shore. Sailing into the port at Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
Sailing into the port at Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Sailing into the port at Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. The Danza de los Voladores (Dance of the Flyers). The Danza de los Voladores (Dance of the Flyers).
The Danza de los Voladores (Dance of the Flyers). The Danza de los Voladores (Dance of the Flyers). The Danza de los Voladores (Dance of the Flyers). The Danza de los Voladores (Dance of the Flyers).
The Danza de los Voladores (Dance of the Flyers). The Danza de los Voladores (Dance of the Flyers). The Danza de los Voladores (Dance of the Flyers). Views looking toward the city and around the harbor area.
Views looking toward the city and around the harbor area. Our ship and another cruise line ship are at anchor out in the harbor. This is where we begin our kayak ride. Boarding and pushing off from the beach. Paddling out with our group.
Paddling out with our group. Our tour guides have their own way of padding. Paddling out with our group. There are numurous little beaches along the way. Isolated from each other and surrounded by rugged rocks, the only way to reach them is by boat. Paddling out with our group. Lovers Beach is positioned between two big rock formations. Paddling out with our group. Lovers Beach is positioned between two big rock formations.
Paddling out with our group. We are at the Arch. One of our tour guides uses our camera to shoot a few pictures of us. One of our tour guides uses our camera to shoot a few pictures of us. At the Arch end of the formation we spend a few minutes paddling around to get some good views of the scenery.
At the Arch end of the formation we spend a few minutes paddling around to get some good views of the scenery. At the Arch end of the formation we spend a few minutes paddling around to get some good views of the scenery. At the Arch end of the formation we spend a few minutes paddling around to get some good views of the scenery. At the Arch end of the formation we spend a few minutes paddling around to get some good views of the scenery.
At the Arch end of the formation we spend a few minutes paddling around to get some good views of the scenery. Sea Lions congregate on a flat area on the rocks. Sea Lions congregate on a flat area on the rocks. One last look at the Arch before we head back up shore to begin the snorkling part of our adventure.
Paddling to our snorkling area. Paddling to our snorkling area. Some underwater shots while snorkling. Some underwater shots while snorkling.

Photos shot by Dan Dooley and Sandy Dooley

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