San Jose del Cabo, Mexico – Flora Farm and Field Kitchen

There are a few adventures from my time in Los Cabos that truly stood out. Visiting El Arco, and my first experience in SUP (stand up paddling) were unforgettable. (To my great regret, the SUP wasn't captured on anyone's camera. Out on the water was where we realized the true value of a GoPro camera, something none ...

Pico de gallo

With the recent blog focus on Cabo, particularly the delicious eats (more to come!), I've been missing fresh Mexican food. Specifically, pico de gallo (also referred to as salsa picada or salsa mexicana).  As I've mentioned before, I think I could live off chips, pico and guacamole. While pre-made pico de gallo is (apparently) readily available on the ...

Orangutan, dogs and a penguin – Friday Link Ups

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Giving you a brief break from the Cabo photo deluge (here and here), I'm going to take a minute to catch up on the regular life things with my favorite Friday link-ups: Oh, Hey Friday, High Five for Friday, Friday Favorites and Oh Hot Damn, This is My Jam (add'l links below)!   Favorite Quote Words This Week   I like to have a quote ...

Cabo San Lucas, Mexico – El Arco and The Office

Arguably the most distinctive and recognizable image for Cabo San Lucas is El Arco (The Arch), located on the southernmost tip of the Baja peninsula. While we weren't able to see El Arco from our villa at Montecristo, it's on Playa El Médano, which is the beach we visited for swimming and water activities. Although ...

Cabo San Lucas, Mexico – Pueblo Bonito Sunset Beach

Spending the first nine days of April in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, relaxed my soul and refreshed my spirit. There will be several posts rehashing my Spring Break in Mexico, but let's start with my accommodations for the trip. Throughout my time in Cabo, I stayed with a friend's family in a villa at Montecristo Estates, associated with ...