Our next port after Puerto Vallarta was Cabo San Lucas, and it was a port where we had to be tendered in by boat. Since we signed up for port excursions, we were assigned a tender time which seemed to help expedite the process. Alan left early again, for his 4 x 4 ride in the mountains, while the rest of us took our time exploring around the pier of Los Cabos before the girls were scheduled to swim with the dolphins.
Bridgette had swam with the dolphins once when we were in Cabos last year, but she was very excited to do it again, and even more enthusiastic about Brianne’s company this time. Because it was required that one adult accompany each child, my sister and dad happily volunteered to be a part of this excursion as well. The rest of us watched from the spectator seats and had our hands slapped every time we attempted to take a picture. Ofcourse, that meant we (again!) spent a ridiculous amount of money on the photos/videos afterwards. What we found this time, though, is that the prices are negotiable. We were about to walk away from the crazy prices when one of the reps came after us and began offering “deals.” We eventually got it for about 25% off their regular prices.