Put Smiles on Their Faces

The message is simple – Give More – as in the hashtag #GiveMore. Give more so that those who have far less can receive the critical medical treatment that they need. I am in Los Cabos, Mexico, for two weeks, and I had the privilege to meet with some of the hospital staff who is […]

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Can You Say “TLAYUDA”?

Don’t worry; you’re not alone if you can’t easily pronounce it. I looked in the largest (size, weight, pages) dictionary I have, and there are no English words listed that begin with the two letters “t” and “l.” So it’s no real surprise that Americans (and maybe Brits, Aussies, and Kiwis) have a hard time […]

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Photos, Few Words, from Recent Cabo Trip

I want to keep the words to a minimum in this post because I want you to focus on the photos and videos from my recent February trip to Cabo — San José del Cabo and Cabos San Lucas. (p.s. Click on thumbnail images for a larger view.) YouTube video: Great Dinner at Don Sanchez […]

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Nick-San Japanese Cuisine Where Talent and Flavors are Combined

The subtle entrance to Nick-San Japanese Cuisine in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, belies what is waiting for you inside. The elegant interior, which has been expanded over the years, surrounds the kitchen area and the sushi bar. One thing that Owner and Chef Ángel Carbajal wants everyone to understand is that there is a whole […]

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El Squid Roe is More than a Dancing Scene!

It’s no secret that El Squid Roe has been the top nightlife scene in Cabo San Lucas for years and years. Now that that’s established, we can move on to the food. . . . I arrived at 8 PM, and Chef Manny was all set to prepare a most excellent meal for me. It […]

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