archive-title Yearly Archives: 2017


A Brief History of Los Cabos, Part VII

A Brief History of Los Cabos, Part VII The Mexican–American War by Chris Sands, Travel Writer. The middle decades of the 19th century were a time of intense conflict in Baja California, not only with the United States government, whose army and navy invaded during the Mexican–American War, but also with many U.S. citizens, who […]

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A Brief History of Los Cabos

A Brief History of Los Cabos: 30 Million Years at Land’s End. A Brief History of Los Cabos: 30 Million Years at Land’s End. The granite rock formations that extend to Land End in Cabo San Lucas have, over time, become much more than mere boundary markers or evocatively shaped oddities. The jutting promontory is a living […]

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Rock Night at Cuervo’s House Restaurant

Rock Night at Cuervo’s House Restaurant San José del Cabo, Los Cabos, Baja California Sur, México. Rock Night – Cuervo’s House Restaurant – We had the honor of witnessing on live the rock band “The Cruizers” that came from San Francisco, California exclusively to play at Cuervo’s House Restaurant, on Friday 21 and Saturday 22 of […]

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Jc Sportfishing Weekly Fish Report of March 13 to March 20, 2017

Our Bob Marlin Sportfishers Producing Marlin | Wahoo Reported Biting Again! Striped Marlin Bite Improving! We Landed a 111 inch Marlin, 2 Dorado 1 Tuna! Sierra Angling Pretty Good! Warm Water Moving in From South! Dorado Action a Few? Wind is Picking up This Week? Lots of JACK CREVELL Around!! Yellowtail at Margaritas Jigging Iron! […]

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Martín Berasategui vuelve a Paradisus

Martín Berasategui Vuelve A Paradisus Con Nuevo Concepto Gastronómico En Los Cabos El reconocido chef vasco presenta Gastro Bar en esta propiedad de Meliá Hotels International y consolida su estrecha relación con la marca. Los Cabos, Baja California Sur, a 9 de marzo de 2017.   El nuevo hotel Paradisus Los Cabos celebra la llegada del […]

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Jc Sportfishing Weekly Fish Report of Jan 30th to Feb 5th, 2017

Jc Sportfishing Weekly Fish Report.
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Stop By Our Office for up to Date Fishing Report. Marlin Fishing Slower | Better Weather This Week! Wind Down with Flat and Clam Seas! | Tuna 12lb to 35lb are Biting! Dorado and Wahoo Real Slow! | Yellow Tail and Amberjack Starting to […]

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Rosca de Reyes Mexican Sweet Bread

Rosca de Reyes Round or Oval Mexican Sweet Bread The Rosca de Reyes is an oval-shaped Mexican sweet bread generally eaten on Epiphany or Kings Day to celebrate the arrival of the three kings to honor the birth of Jesus. This round or oval shaped  Mexican bread is decorated with slices of crystallized or candied fruit of […]

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