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I showed you a little bit of Cabo San Lucas in my last post, so today let me show you the other side of town, Cabo San Jose. If you don't already know... basically Los Cabos is made up of Cabo San Lucas and Cabo San Jose. Cabo San Lucas is the more touristy part where all the resorts are and Cabo San Jose is the older, more historical part of town. This was my first time traveling to Mexico and I had no idea Cabo is so newly developed, kind of like Vegas. To be honest, I was a little disappointed because I really wanted to see old, run down buildings filled with history (also for photo purposes of course). So on the second day, we decided to venture out of town over to the San Jose side which is more rural. We didn't have a plan or know where we were going which ended up being a great idea because we just wandered around and stumbled upon so many amazing architecture! It literally took me 10 minutes just to walk one block because I kept stopping to take photos! The best part was that it was a Sunday and everything was closed and no one was around... which was perfect!
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Cabo San Jose

July 29, 2016

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I showed you a little bit of Cabo San Lucas in my last post, so today let me show you the other side of town, Cabo San Jose. If you don't already know... basically Los Cabos is made up of Cabo San Lucas and Cabo San Jose. Cabo San Lucas is the more touristy part where all the resorts are and Cabo San Jose is the older, more historical part of town. This was my first time traveling to Mexico and I had no idea Cabo is so newly developed, kind of like Vegas. To be honest, I was a little disappointed because I really wanted to see old, run down buildings filled with history (also for photo purposes of course). So on the second day, we decided to venture out of town over to the San Jose side which is more rural. We didn't have a plan or know where we were going which ended up being a great idea because we just wandered around and stumbled upon so many amazing architecture! It literally took me 10 minutes just to walk one block because I kept stopping to take photos! The best part was that it was a Sunday and everything was closed and no one was around... which was perfect!
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One of my favorite parts about my Cabo trip was sailing out to Land's End to see all the cool rock formations. There is the infamous arch (El Arco) of course, along with Lover's Beach, Pelican Rock, Pirates Cave, and Pacific Window. These sights were amazing and the water was incredibly clear and beautiful. Being on the boat felt amazing with the ocean mist hitting your skin while watching all kinds of fish swimming around you! We walked everywhere despite it being 100°F and I honestly can't remember how many tacos I ate, they were sooo tasty! Good times!
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Cabo San Lucas

July 28, 2016

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One of my favorite parts about my Cabo trip was sailing out to Land's End to see all the cool rock formations. There is the infamous arch (El Arco) of course, along with Lover's Beach, Pelican Rock, Pirates Cave, and Pacific Window. These sights were amazing and the water was incredibly clear and beautiful. Being on the boat felt amazing with the ocean mist hitting your skin while watching all kinds of fish swimming around you! We walked everywhere despite it being 100°F and I honestly can't remember how many tacos I ate, they were sooo tasty! Good times!
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I am having yet another serious case of wanderlust going through all my photos from Cabo. We stayed at Solmar Resort in Cabo San Lucas and it was absolutely beautiful. There are multiple pool areas with cabanas, all right next to a private beach, with the view of the Pacific Ocean as far as the eyes can see. Unfortunately all the beaches in Cabo on the Pacific side is not swimmable due to strong and dangerous under tow, the beaches on the Sea of Cortez side are perfectly fine though! I picked up this stripe tunic dress from H&M right before my trip and it was perfect for lounging around the pool/beach. I especially love the fluttered sleeves! And of course I HAD to take my seashell clutch by Kayu with me to Cabo, it was kind of a given, right?
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Stripe tunic dress from H&M.
Bohemian Bardot ring c/o Samantha Wills.
Strappy platformed sandals (old) c/o F21.

Photos - shot by my sister Anais Clancy, edited by me

Under the Cabana in Cabo

July 25, 2016

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I am having yet another serious case of wanderlust going through all my photos from Cabo. We stayed at Solmar Resort in Cabo San Lucas and it was absolutely beautiful. There are multiple pool areas with cabanas, all right next to a private beach, with the view of the Pacific Ocean as far as the eyes can see. Unfortunately all the beaches in Cabo on the Pacific side is not swimmable due to strong and dangerous under tow, the beaches on the Sea of Cortez side are perfectly fine though! I picked up this stripe tunic dress from H&M right before my trip and it was perfect for lounging around the pool/beach. I especially love the fluttered sleeves! And of course I HAD to take my seashell clutch by Kayu with me to Cabo, it was kind of a given, right?
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Stripe tunic dress from H&M.
Bohemian Bardot ring c/o Samantha Wills.
Strappy platformed sandals (old) c/o F21.

Photos - shot by my sister Anais Clancy, edited by me
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Hope you are ready for this... I will be posting all of my Cabo content from now til forever! Ok, not forever, just two weeks straight! They are great, I promise! Anyways, these photos were shot at sunset literally ten minutes after checking into our hotel, which means this is also the outfit I flew in. I kept it fairly simple in a casual shirtdress, woven leather huaraches (c'mon I HAD to wear these going to Mexico), fedora, saddle leather bag and sassed it up with a neck scarf! This is how I travel in style, what about you?
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Photos - shot by my sister Anais Clancy, edited by me

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Travel Style: Cabo Edition

July 22, 2016

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Hope you are ready for this... I will be posting all of my Cabo content from now til forever! Ok, not forever, just two weeks straight! They are great, I promise! Anyways, these photos were shot at sunset literally ten minutes after checking into our hotel, which means this is also the outfit I flew in. I kept it fairly simple in a casual shirtdress, woven leather huaraches (c'mon I HAD to wear these going to Mexico), fedora, saddle leather bag and sassed it up with a neck scarf! This is how I travel in style, what about you?
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Photos - shot by my sister Anais Clancy, edited by me

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