CABO: My husband got in line early to get us tender tickets to get off the ship to no avail. They called our number but not our color so we backed up by the hundreds in the hallways like cattle with no place to go. They only had two tenders running as three ships were in port. It took two hours to get off the ship and since time is limited in this port, tempers were flaring as people were missing their excursions. We finally got off the ship and were making our way out of the market when you get approached by several tour guides. I finally just stood still until someone approached me that spoke clear English. I negotiated a tour with Carlos for $10pp and told him he had to be our driver or no deal (they like to sell you the tour and then give you to a different driver). We saw him talking to a group of women so he could fill the van and we talked them into joining us. Carlos took us all over Cabo, to fancy hotels, churches, beaches and then to the Glass factory. He knew the artesians and had them make a glass fish for us start to finish, he even let everyone take a turn in blowing the glass through a pipe.