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Awesome Things to Do in Cabo San Lucas

There are so many things to do in Cabo San Lucas Mexico. In fact, there’s so much to do it can feel overwhelming. Whether you’re coming to Cabo San Lucas for a relaxing beach vacation in a luxury resort, you are here for the fishing, the golfing, or the parties, there’s a little bit of something for everyone in Cabo…. View Post

Todos Santos Mexico: A Complete Guide

Todos Santos Mexico is a gorgeous little Pueblo Magico in the desert of Baja California Sur. We took the bus from La Paz to Todos Santos, which takes about an hour and 15 minutes and I wasn’t entirely sure we’d actually arrived. It was as though a few stores had materialized out of nowhere. We’d spent an hour and 10… View Post

Best Boutique Hotel in Cabo San Lucas: Los Milagros Hotel Review

I have always heard so much about Cabo San Lucas. I’ve been living in Mexico for almost five years now, and it took me this long to finally take the plunge and check out what all the hype was about. I headed to Cabo for a long weekend for my 33rd birthday. I wanted somewhere we could chill out, sit… View Post

15 Best Restaurants in Mazatlan

There are so many great restaurants in Mazatlan to choose from. The best part? Almost all of them deliver some of the best seafood I’ve ever had in Mexico. Mazatlan is the home of aguachile, a famous Mexican dish which is basically like a ceviche, but it’s made with shrimp and plenty of chile (although they will put it on… View Post

Getting Health Insurance in Mexico: What to Know

Getting health insurance in Mexico, whether you are only spending six months in the country or you’re moving here for the long term, can be a confusing thing to understand. I recently spoke to the team at Mexico Living Group about why you should consider having insurance at all and what your options are as you try to navigate finding… View Post

The Ghost Town of San Marcos, Sinaloa

I recently learned about a little town about 45 minutes away from Mazatlan called San Marcos. It has a pretty interesting story. While you can go to San Marcos on your own with a car, we headed there with Blue Foot Tours. They picked us up at our Airbnb in Mazatlan, took us to the town, told us stories of… View Post