Currently, I am shooting a video with Jim Metropole
for the song Quicksand. We started filming last
month and have done a little editing as well. It is
coming along and we are scheduled to shoot
again next week. I do not have a release date yet
but it is expected to be out very soon.
I just got back from Cabo San Lucas a few weeks
ago. It has been raining on and off in LA for what
now seems like eons. We had heavy downpours that
went on for days combined with just downright deary
cold and nasty weather. I was starting to feel
waterlogged so I decided that I needed to get away.
I was looking for someplace warm with lots of
sunshine. I searched the internet from the Los
Angeles West Coast to The Charleston, South Carolina
East Coast and everywhere in between including Las
Vegas, Texas. Louisiana, Mississippi, Utah, Georgia,
New Mexico, and Florida. Everywhere I searched
showed rain and/or cold weather.
While I was searching, Cabo popped up on the
internet. I checked the weather for that area and
found partly sunny, high's mid 80's Low's mid 70's.
Then I researched the plane fares and was quite
surprised to find that I could leave LA and be on a
plane within 14 hours, nonstop with food, 2
complimentary drinks, and a movie
(Catwoman...excellent) all for the low fare of
$263.00 including tax and fees. This is it...I
thought...so I booked it and was on my way.
My suite was magnificient. My room was under an
exotic tropical palapa on the third floor rooftop.
It had a tropical garden with exotic flowering trees
which gave me plenty of privacy. At night I would
lay there and feel warm tropical breeze brushing
against my skin. The treetops from the trees on the
first floor hung over my porch and in the morning I
was awakened by several brightly colorful singing
birds nestled among the branches. I had the entire
top floor to myself.
was a library right outside of my front door under
yet another palapa. Lounge chairs and a couch with a
coffee table were there for comfort and convenience.
Next to the library were 2 long beach loungers and a
small pool lined with gorgeous exotic plants. I
spent most of my daytime either in my breezy room
looking out at the scenery, lounging lazily in the
library with a good read, or soaking up the
sunshine. The only time I really left the top floor
was when I got hungry.
were two really good restaurants within a block of
the inn, one a seafood restaurant with superb
charbroiled blue crab, mouthwatering homemade corn
chips, and ice cold Mexican beer. The other dining
spot, a mexican restaurant, offered good margaritas
along with homemade mushroom and smoked salmon
fondue. There was a small convenience store next to
the inn. I had a small refrigerator in the room
where I stored Perrier, ice and a few staples items.
At night I went out and enjoyed a little nightlife.
Nothing wild...just relaxing. The fisherman's wharf
was a beautiful sight and I will post more when I
get my photos back...although I didn't take too many
because I was mainly there to relax
Thanks for stopping by and please feel free to check
back soon for more updates including the new music
video which is just around the corner.