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Best Memories & Meals in 2012

It’s kind of hard to wrap my mind that it’s almost the end of 2012. Time and life never takes a break but sometimes serendipitous things happen. (In relatively random order.) First thing in mind would be my graduation gift from the luxe chocolate and pastry brand, La Maison du Chocolat… A large Andalouise cake from La Maison du Chocolat My Andalouise cake from La Maison du Chocolat is something I never anticipated them gifting me and sending well wishes for my graduation from graduate school. This seasonal cake is intensely flavored of lemon pastry cream and chocolate mousse, chocolate..

Best Memories & Meals in 2012

It’s kind of hard to wrap my mind that it’s almost the end of 2012. Time and life never takes a break but sometimes serendipitous things happen. (In relatively random order.) First thing in mind would be my graduation gift from the luxe chocolate and pastry brand, La Maison du Chocolat… A large Andalouise cake from La Maison du Chocolat My Andalouise cake from La Maison du Chocolat is something I never anticipated them gifting me and sending well wishes for my graduation from graduate school. This seasonal cake is intensely flavored of lemon pastry cream and chocolate mousse, chocolate..

Breakfast and Spa at Fiesta Americana Grand Resort and Dinner at Sheraton Hacienda del Mar Resort, Los Cabos, Mexico

Sleeping by the beach at the Governors Suite, Preparing for breakfast on the beach, and Cabana with a view of the hotel Fiesta Americana Grand Los Cabos Golf & Spa Resort has been recognized with the AAA 4 Diamond Award for 2012. This is one of the few exclusive, luxurious properties in Los Cabos. There is comfort and elegance its 249 rooms and suites that this property offers and the breathtaking views from the many pools and beaches that goes out to the Sea of Cortés. On our agenda for that particular morning at Fiesta Americana Grand, we had breakfast..

Camel Back Riding and Real Mexican Food at Los Cabos, Mexico

Trucks the droves us to Rancho San Cristobal and a view of the ranch The most interesting part of the trip beyond the picturesque beaches of Los Cabos, Mexico was camel back riding with Cabo Adventures. This particular activity is part of this company’s Outback and Camel Safari where we travel in one large group from various hotels around the area and eventually divided up into small groups (about 12 people) to Rancho San Cristobal, about a 20-minute drive from their home base at the marina. (more…)

Dinner at Don Sanchez, Los Cabos, Mexico

Entrance to Don Sanchez Don Sanchez is a casual restaurant located in the historical downtown district of San José del Cabo. Corporate Chef Tadd Chapman, a Canadian expat and tequila expert, cooking casual food that is tilts toward the finer side of Mexican cuisine. This restaurant is also known for evenings of salsa dancing, which diners may partake if he/she is around late enough to take part of the fun. The bar, Table setting, and my Pineapple mojito Excited for this wine-paired meal, we started with their refreshing and very delicious pineapple mojito. It’s fruity but not too sweet, which..

One&Only Pamilla Resort and Lunch at Agua, Los Cabos, Mexico

Paradise at One&Only Pamilla As I’ve mentioned on an earlier post that I’ve been invited to a four-day press trip to Los Cabos, Mexico by the Los Cabos Convention & Visitors Bureau. Overall, it was an exciting, fun yet relaxing place to be. For every resort we’ve stayed or visited, I can’t get enough of the jaw dropping views of the Baja-Pacific coast. Greeted with papaya and mango popscicles Of all the four or so resorts we’ve been to, One&Only Pamilla was my personal favorite. The understated glamour and unsurpassed, personalized service are the main two reasons why I highly..

Off to Los Cabos, Mexico Soon!

Playa Las Viudas – one of the many gorgeous beaches in Los Cabos, Mexico (photo credit) Recently I received an invitation from the people of Los Cabos Visitors Convention & Visitors Bureau for a four-day press trip! It’s coming up in less than a week and I am excited as this would be my first time at that I’ll will be flying down to the tip of the 1,000-mile long Baja Peninsula. There’s many beautiful and luxurious award-winning hotels and resorts, championship golf courses, rejuvenating spas, world-class sport fishing and much more. With a unique landscape of dramatic desert and..