…and it’s called El Ganzo.
We wanted to keep it all to ourselves, to preserve its pristine beauty and quiet charm forever- but it’s just too wonderful to not share. I described it to a friend from a big red chaise lounge as a “cooler, beachy, less hipster and more MOMA version of the ACE." This is a place where art and music replace stereotypes of spring break Cabo, where there really is no reason to leave the grounds other than to step a few feet to the beach. The Cabo of live jazz by morning, Joy Division by day, Leonard Cohen by late afternoon and live rock at night. Swim, swim, lounge and read, have a drink and tasty fresh fish…
It was our second trip to Mexico together, something we’ve been saying we needed to do again since we left last year. It was exactly what we needed for a few days of decompression. I’ve decided to post the Mamiya photos separately from the Polaroids, so another set to follow.
(technical note: the black mark in the photos turned out to be the battery clamp which had come undone.)