37 years of visits hasn’t changed my love for this place or its people.. The beach is wonderful day or night. With an endless supply of activities and places to visit including one of the newest near beautiful Xcaret…a floating gondola tour at night! Mexico is wonderful! Continue reading Cancun, te amo
From the moment you enter the grounds of Restaurante/Huerta Los Tamarindos to the very last bite you are transported to the hacienda atmosphere of the true Mexico. From the tacos de cabron to the tamales of sweet potato and pork in banana leaves to the oyster and fish roe shooters. WHAT A TREAT! Muchas gracias a El Office! Tuna sopes were spectacular. Not to mention the tacos de res and the tequila tastings. Chef Silva and company have given the Cabo foodie community another reason to celebrate! There were also some homemade empanadas dulces and other posters and pastellitos to … Continue reading Sabor a Cabo Rural
Paella..in all it’s stages beachside at the Royal Solaris Los Cabo! Chorizo,chicken, pork, shrimp, scallops,mussels,saffron,white wine,rice,peppers, onion, garlic….. Bien Provecho! Continue reading Beachside Paella
An evening cruise to the “end of the earth” starts in the marina of Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Our 2 deck catamaran is filled with eager cruisers all hoping for the magical sunset at El Arco. As we approach the rock formations before the main attraction we can see the sea lions sun bathing in day’s last light. Trying to capture all the beauty here is difficult. El Arco… Some wonderful sunset views… Only Cabo…only Mexico…only at sunset… Continue reading Sunset cruise to El Arco
Strolling through the courtyard lined with my favorite bouganvillas… Enjoying happy hour (every hour) with my best guy in downtown San Jose… Best of all we got our tickets to Sabor a Cabo Rural!! Farm to Table is happening in Mexico! Can’t wait for Sunday! Continue reading Flowers, Farms and Tables
Visiting our home in San Jose del Cabo, Mexico where a spectacular blue sky and sunrise always awaken the senses. Looking forward to a made to order omelet, huevos rancheros or chilaquiles for breakfast. Que Bueno! Continue reading At home in San Jose
In a country Americans call our neighbor, in a state with a funny name, in a city born out of tourism, I feel at home. I first visited Cancun, Quintana Roo, Mexico 34 (gulp) years ago as a college student. On my first visit there were two !! hotels on the beach along Blvd. Kukulcan. Yes. Cancun has grown into a world class tourism destination. Yes. Cancun has given birth to several nearby tourist destinations. Think Playa del Carmen, Cozumel, Isla Mujeres, etc. Yes. Spring breakers love Cancun. But… the heart of Cancun is still here if you are willing … Continue reading The Best of Cancun
I have been in love with Mexican food and culture since I was 15 years old. If you know me, that’s a really long time. Attending a Catholic High School in Michigan, and on a college bound path, I was … Continue reading Mexican, Si!