Cabo, poor Cabo. It's been commercially bastardized. They are building hotels so close to the arch that it's hard to get a good photo now. There are barkers selling boat trips along every walkway & they can't stop asking you because they will be fired if they don't ask. Once we got over to Billigan's Beach, we were pestered non-stop by the beach-walking vendors selling fake silver, sunglasses, henna tattoos, straw goods, even pottery. They can't stop asking because they will be fired too. So we spent the time in our lounge chairs, sunning & saying 'no gracias'. We appreciate that they have to do this to feed their families. If I went on this itinerary again, I would stay on the ship in Cabo. Or go para sailing because when you're in the water they do not bother you. We were told that at Lover's Beach there are only a few of these salespeople. Our advice; pay to go to Lover's Beach just to get away from the sales people. But we still loved the people we met in Cabo. Tourism probably caused the problems we experienced.