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Sabor a Cabo - A Festival Celebrating the Tastes of Los Cabos

It is hard to believe that I live so close to Los Cabos, Mexico, yet have never traveled there. Many in Los Angeles escape to Los Cabos because of the warm weather, beautiful ocean water and short flight from LAX. 455 more words


Come Dine With Us - Our New Season Menu

Another high season is upon us. Anyone that lives in or around Los Cabos knows that though we love high season, it can be overwhelming. The tourists, the spring breakers, the construction… where does one find peace. 320 more words

Los Cabos

There is a certain thrill that comes from being at a point of geographical extreme. When looking at a map of the world, some places arouse wanderlust purely because they sit at the edge- the southernmost point in Africa, the western tip of Spain. 394 more words

Carlos Carrera, Natalia Beristain on Omnibus Feature ‘Tales of Mexico’

Co-produced by Mexico’s Machete Producciones and Poland’s No Sugar Films, “La habitacion” (“Tales of Mexico”) is the sixth feature from Machete. Headed by Edher Campos and Luis Salinas, it burst onto the scene producing Michael Rowe’s “Leap Year” and then made Diego Quemada-Díez’s multi-laurelled “La jaula de oro.” A young outfit, its movies are deeply rooted in Mexico – its social issues, culture and talent – but – or hence – international in appeal and frequently made in co-production. 736 more words


By: Katelynn Neufeld

With less than two months left here in Los Cabos, I’ve become increasingly aware of how little time that actually is. I knew when I started this internship that six months isn’t very long to begin with, but as the days, weeks, and months have gone on the reality has hit hard. 610 more words

Tuesday Travel Review: Los Cabos, Mexico

Today’s Tuesday Travel Review will take on one of the most beautiful places I have been, Los Cabos. I went to Los Cabos in December 2015 for my annual birthday trip. 584 more words