Since the Chouinard's left on Thursday, we haven’t been back to the Sand Bar for breakfast…that is a hard withdrawal to have to go through. Friday we stuck close to the coach. I guess we were trying to catch up from all the excitement from the week before. Saturday morning we went to San Jose to enjoy the Farmers Market. Ricardo flew out to Portland on Friday so we took Suzie along with us. I personally go for the foods, but watching the gals, they have other things that are on their mind…vegetables, fruits, hand made jewelry and more. There is a booth there that makes the best tamales that I have ever tasted, so I bought enough for everyone to enjoy with me once we got back home. As always, they were incredible. 4 hours later, Lois, Louise and I were loading back into the car and heading out to dinner…Oh yes, Grandma Lois likes to eat early…4pm or as close to it as possible. Well, it would be 5 before we sat down at the Serena RV Park Restaurant. Dining here was a first for all of us, and I’ll tell you right now, this is a great place to have a dinner. First, this is an outdoor restaurant with a “palapa” roof covering us. A 180 degree view of the Sea of Cortez, the sunset lay out in front of us, and some of the best food we have had in a very long time. I would consider this a must return destination. For this mornings breakfast we went to the Bungalows Bed and Breakfast. We were met at the front door by our long time friend Erik. It’s always great to see him and his mother Estella (who had the day off and we’ll see later) who have always treated us like family. We also had a surprise, as Alexi (Estella’s daughter and Erik’s sister) was working there now as well, and handled our table like a pro. Hell, I remember going to Estella’s first restaurant here in Cabo for breakfast and when my cappuccino was served, this little 2 year old beauty would come out of the kitchen, climb onto my lap (a complete stranger), take my spoon and help her self to the creamy foam from the top of my coffee…now you should see her…wow !!! The day wasn’t over…a quick change of clothes and we were off to the Sand Bar for a little sun, sand, sea, and “refreshments”.