The Limeys Are Invading Us!

 The Limeys Are Invading Us!

Big Ben, Westminster Bridge on River Thames in London, England, UK at sunset

Hold on a minute, let’s not jump to conclusions here! While it’s true that tourism from Great Britain to Los Cabos has seen a 100% increase according to FITURCA (that’s the Los Cabos Tourism Fund), we shouldn’t view it as an invasion. Instead, let’s embrace the fact that our beautiful destination has captivated the Limeys with its irresistible charm.

Think about it: the Limeys (a playful term for the British) have caught onto something special. They’ve discovered the allure of our sun-kissed beaches, the thrill of water sports, and the indulgence of our top-notch resorts. Who can blame them for wanting to escape the dreary British weather and soak up some Mexican sunshine?

In fact, we should welcome our Limey friends with open arms. Their presence brings a vibrant mix of cultures, accents, and perspectives that add to the colorful tapestry of Los Cabos. It’s an opportunity for us to share our traditions, cuisine, and hospitality while also learning from their own unique experiences.

So, instead of fearing the “invasion,” let’s celebrate the growing interest from Great Britain. Let’s invite the Limeys to immerse themselves in our local traditions, dance to the rhythm of our mariachi bands, and savor the tangy delight of our authentic tacos. After all, what better way to forge lasting connections and create unforgettable memories?

So, Limeys, pack your bags, grab your sombrero, and get ready for an incredible adventure in Los Cabos. We can’t wait to welcome you with open arms and show you the time of your lives. Viva la amistad (Long live friendship)!