archive-title Monthly Archives: February 2022


The opening ceremony of Museo México

This February 17th was celebrated the inauguration of Museo México, a space that aspires to show the history and culture of Mexico’s people to the world. After cutting the ceremonious ribbon, authorities, press, and attendees took seats surrounding and stage that was the recipient of the evening’s event. With words that refused to leave her […]

read more

Gastronomic Festival Sabores de Baja Returns this April

Sabores de Baja is an organic food festival that seeks to promote Baja California Sur’s culture and gastronomy. It focused on reaching as many people as possible, locals as well as tourists, and share with them the variety of characteristic plates and products distinctive of La Baja.  Is a big part of Los Cabo’s efforts […]

read more

Viva La Plaza Returns to Cabo San Lucas

Every Friday evening, a short walk from the center of Cabo San Lucas, across the noise of nightlife and away from the air of alcohol and party, you’ll find Viva la Plaza. An effort to show a different face of Los Cabos, allowing families, residents, and tourists to walk and enjoy a new way to […]

read more

Superbowl Sunday in Los Cabos

Today Los Cabos streets were a little emptier, just a little quieter. Walking towards the center as the evening welcomed twilight expecting the usual sound of Los Cabos nightlife, loud music blasting across the streets, fighting to grab your attention and lure you inside. Today the scream of speakers changed for the sound of people […]

read more

Museo México, a Window to México in Los Cabos

Museo México, a window to México in Los Cabos. This February 9th I had the pleasure of assisting the presentation of Museo México, a small exhibition that seeks to bring attention to Mexico’s culture and history. The same day was also my six months anniversary as a citizen of Los Cabos, coming from Mexico City, […]

read more

Cycling Through Los Cabos

Using a bicycle to move through Los Cabos it’s… hard, and that’s the polite way to put it. I’ve been living in Cabo San Lucas for half a year now, after living my whole life in a large city, finding myself within walking distance of most places I wanted to go was a big change. […]

read more


Pin It on Pinterest