Mexico’s secretary of energy, Rocio Nahle, told the Senate that her agency is looking into the possibility of bringing nuclear power to the Baja Peninsula to produce electricity and desalination of ocean water. Both utilities are of utmost importance as most of the peninsula is powered by plants using diesel that produces large levels of […]
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The Los Cabos hotel association reports that the average age of our tourists is now between 30 and 40 years, a major drop from previous years. They are wealthier too and are staying in the most luxurious resorts. Currently, hotel occupancy is about 50%, but it is expected to rise to 70% by November.
Von Wormer Resorts reports a successful tournament, with 47 teams participating for the biggest Tuna. The winners were 1st – David Moore – Team JenWren III, 2nd – Chris Campanella – Team Mi Sueño, 3rd – Preston Burton – Team Jukate. Congratulations to David Moore and his team for taking first place in the 2020 […]
We have the answer! It was unprecedented that the Bisbee’s Black and Blue fishing tournament saw no marlins at all less than a week after the Bisbee’s offshore tourney did. We asked local biologist Carlos Narro, who told us that a sudden drop in the ocean water temperature caused the marlins to go farther into […]
The most awaited, richest fishing tournament in the world reached an unprecedented, record-breaking, staggering $4.6 Million Dollar Jackpot! Unfortunately, it also broke a different record. There were NO winners! Yup, on the first day of the tourney two marlins made it to the weighing scale but didn’t reach the minimum weight of 300 lbs. to […]
Forty-one restaurants in San Jose del Cabo joined this annual event, offering 3-course menus for 800 pesos! That’s about $40 bucks per person, not including drinks or tips. This is a fantastic opportunity to enjoy some of our best cuisines at reduced prices. My fav, Zadu, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve in La Ribera, Café des Artistes […]
The traditional Halloween parties and parades along downtown Cabo and San Jose have been banned in order to maintain the low level of spread of Covid-19 that we currently enjoy. Bars and restaurants will not be allowed to hold costumes contests either to prevent crowding. Mexico also celebrates the Day of the Dead on November […]
A recent report by the National Safety Secretariat revealed that La Paz is the second safest city in the country, only surpassed by Merida, in the Yucatan Peninsula. Los Cabos took the fourth safest spot. The days of organized crime killings in 2017 have been left behind.
This morning at around 9:30 am, a boat that takes visitors and locals for parachute rides was getting fuel at the gas station in the Cabo marina when an explosion occurred in its interior. Fortunately, the gas attendants shut off the valves and quickly extinguished the fire. There were no casualties or injuries, only physical […]