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Things to Do in Cabo San Lucas #VIDEO

There are so many amazing things to do in Cabo San Lucas and I got to try quite a few of them  on my latest adventure in Mexico! On my recent trip to the lovely Cabo San Lucas I got to experience the region through Expedia’s Things To Do. I went shopping, boating, horseback-riding, tequila tasting, and more. Check out the video below to get an overview of what Cabo has to offer! If you wanted to book similar experiences you can book them here. You’ll find there are tours available not just in Cabo but worldwide! The tours I experienced in this video were group tours. For many of them, I was picked up at my hotel by van.…

Travel with Kate at The Cape Cabo

The Cape Hotel in Cabo San Lucas – Stay or not stay?

If you’ve got a craving for great food and a luxurious beach vacation, The Cape Hotel in Cabo is for you. Just before the holidays I took a long weekend getaway with one of my dearest friends to Cabo. The trip was a perfect moment to reconnect – she lives over 3,000 miles from me! And we don’t get to hang as much as we crave. But this trip was a perfect girls getaway where we got to indulge in nature-filled activities and lounge around a luxury hotel. In this article, I’ll talk about our hotel. The Cape – A Thompson Hotel is nearly equidistant from Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo – the two cultural hubs most…

Sunset Sail

I’m on my way to Cabo!

This week I’m headed to Cabo to dip my toes into the Pacific Ocean, South of the border! I’ll be experiencing Cabo having booked entirely through Expedia. It’s not just my flight, I’m also booked at a hotel on Expedia.com, The Cape – A Thompson Hotel. And I’m scheduled on what look like really fun tours. I’ll be horseback riding on the beach and through the desert. I’ll be taking a Sunset Cruise with Tequila Tasting. I’ll be taking a tour of the city and getting up close to sea life. All these tours and many more worldwide can be booked on the Expedia Local Expert® page or in the “Things to do” section when you are booking hotels and…

El Gran Cenote in Tulum, Mexico (VIDEO)

Cancun, Playa del Carmen, Akumal and Tulum are popular destinations in Mexico on the Yucatan Peninsula. Along the Mayan Riviera, as it is called, the main attraction is the beach with it’s picturesque, white sand and turquoise waters. Then there are ancient Mayan ruins to check out and quite the nightlife scene in Playa del Carmen and Cancun. But there is something else you really shouldn’t miss when you visit the area. Here is a video from my trip to Tulum. If you are planning a trip, you are probably now wondering, “Where are these cenotes and how do I get to them?” Here you go… Below find a report I copied and pasted from docancun.com detailing the most impressive…

The Michelada, A Mexican Mixed Drink

Earlier this year I took a trip to Tulum, Mexico. It is a beautiful sandy escape perfect for lounging on the beach with drink in hand, until well bronzed and ready for a siesta. On the first day of my trip, I found myself appropriately standing barefoot in the sand and belly up to a bar contemplating my drink order. It didn’t take more than a moment to come to my conclusion. Una Michelada, por favor…

Private Cenotes and Jungle Lodging in Mexico

When delving a little deeper into life along the Mayan Riviera I found the wonderful Villas Balam-Ha – a bungalow hotel and villa tucked into the jungle. It is 2o minutes from Playa del Carmen, 15 from Tulum and five minutes from Akumal beach. It holds up to ten people and includes a pool, wi-fi, tv, and telephone. Be sure to check out all their photos because I didn’t take any of the villa itself. But I did make this video of my experience exploring the grounds. You are probably now wondering, “Ok, how can I stay at that place?” You can find it on Facebook here. From what I could gather, the property owners are Argentinian. So a little Spanish…