Decir que eres de Los Cabos es como decirle a una persona que vienes del paraíso; y sí, realmente pienso que este pueblito, de noches llenas de estrellas y calles pequeñas, es el santuario mismo.
To say that you're from Los Cabos is like telling a person that you come from heaven; and yes, I really think this little town of nights full of stars and small streets, is the sanctuary itselt.
But also have some friends that were born in these pristine beaches, they are always
fascinated with the idea that its roots come from a desert land, in which two seas meet near
the beach of love.
Two days ago, when I was checking my Facebook wall, I came across a publication shared
by several of my friends.
It said: Forbes magazine unveils its list of the 16 places that travelers should visit this 2016.
Cabo San Lucas and San José Del Cabo were listed here. Los Cabos once again joins this
important mention of one of the most influential magazines in the United States.
FORBES specializes in the perceptions that the world has on certain issues, such as the
politics, finance and business. Here, the richest men are exposed, people who has the most
influence in the world, and the places you must visit, among others of his famous lists.
This time, the name of Mexico is mentioned along with other world-class places, like Paris
and Rome, Thailand and Panama, Rio de Janeiro and Abu Dhabi, and of course Los Cabos.
The magazine begins the article saying what happened after Hurricane Odile crashed in
2014. It was mentionted that Los Cabos began receiving new hotels construction and
resorts as TheCape, A Thompson Hotel which made its debut last summer on the beaches of
No doubt all eyes have positioned themselves in this wonderful place of sun and sand, where the days are full of light and at nights you can enjoy cruising along the Pacific Ocean.