Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber hit the beach in Cabo San Lucas for New Year’s Eve

Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber hit the beach in Cabo San Lucas for New Year’s Eve

Jan 14, 2018

Two weeks ago, Selena Gomez ended 2017 on a sunny note. The 25-year-old “Bad Liar” singer escaped to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, for New Year’s  Eve weekend, where she was seen splashing in the waves  alongside pals Raquelle Stevens, Courtney Barry, and Ashley Cook in an Instagram photo shared to Stevens’ page. “Our 6th New Years together!” Stevens captioned the group shot. “Grateful for so many amazing memories.” It wasn’t just the four friends. Other photos on Instagram show that BFFs Caroline Franklin, Theresa Marie Mingus, Rebeka Walters, and Tanya Rad are also along for the trip. Many of the friend’s boyfriends appear to be joining them, though it’s unclear whether Gomez’s on-again, off-again beau Justin Bieber… because he was there too! On Friday December 29 2017, Bieber posted a video to Instagram Stories showing a colorful hand-drawn picture that read “His Perfect Love” from a sprawling sunny tropical estate. The clip was set to worship band Hillsong UNITED’s 2007 track, “Hosanna.” Justin Bieber can’t seem to stay away from his ex-girlfriend, Selena Gomez, not even for the holidays … no wonder they’re in the same town south of the border for New Year’s Eve.  Bieber was spotted shirtless and soaking up some sun Sunday in Cabo San Lucas. Seems like he’s excited, and why shouldn’t he be? Selena’s in the same hood! Gomez and Bieber — who dated on-and-off from 2011 to 2015 — have been spending a lot of time together in the wake of Gomez’s split from ex-boyfriend The Weeknd in October. “They don’t want to repeat the same patterns as before. They’ve clearly had issues in the past, so they’re receiving some guidance from Carl,” a Gomez insider said. “[They] love each other [and] truly do want the best for each other.” TBP Newsroom with information from People and...

10 cases of influenza confirmed in BCS, 6 in Cabo and 4 in La Paz

10 cases of influenza confirmed in BCS, 6 in Cabo and 4 in La Paz

Jan 7, 2018

La Paz, Baja California Sur.- The Ministry of Health (SSA) in Baja California Sur (BCS) has applied, 123 thousand vaccines against influenza, from October 2017 to date. According to Dr. Victor George Flores, head of the SSA in BCS, with this number of protections provided, the state presents an advance of over 70 percent of the goal established by the Vaccination Campaign Against Seasonal Influenza 2017- 2018 At the moment, 10 cases of influenza have been confirmed; six in Los Cabos and four in La Paz, no casualties reported though. George Flores reiterated that seniors, pregnant women, children from six months and up to five years of age, as well as people with diabetes, hypertension, obesity or cardiovascular diseases, are in risk, so they need to go to the public health units as soon as possible to get vaccinated. Dr. Victor George Flores enlisted the following preventive measures to avoid this condition: Wash your hands frequently with soap and water. Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when you cough or sneeze and throw it in the trash after you use it. After coughing or sneezing, don’t touch your eyes, nose or mouth, since the germs could spread that way. Avoid shaking hands or kissing, as you could be in contact with an infected individual, Avoid crowded places; share food, drinks, plates, glasses or cutlery, Don’t leave home in case of respiratory disease symptoms Source:...

Greg Norman-Designed Los Cabos Community just opened its doors

Greg Norman-Designed Los Cabos Community just opened its doors

Jan 2, 2018

The large Rancho San Lucas resort community is set to debut in Mexico this winter, highlighted by a a golf course and beachfront estates designed by golf legend Greg Norman. The 834-acre master-planned community is located in Los Cabos. The development will include Norman Estates at Rancho San Lucas, with beachfront condominiums starting at $1.4 million and private residences starting at $3.3 million offering beach, ocean and golf course views. That’s joined by the Hotels at Rancho San Lucas, including Rancho San Lucas, Grand Solmar at Rancho San Lucas and Grand Solmar the Residences, which are already accepting reservations for stays beginning Dec. 23. Rancho San Lucas will also include a real estate component featuring luxury villas, with lot pads for the first phase already in place....

Mexico scores big tourism gains after hurricanes devastate Caribbean islands

Mexico scores big tourism gains after hurricanes devastate Caribbean islands

Dec 18, 2017

When devastating hurricanes pummeled Texas, Florida and several Caribbean islands this summer, vacationers didn’t stay home and mope. Instead, airline data show that many travelers rebooked their vacations in Mexico. From October 2017 through March 2018, U.S. and international airlines have cut more than 1.2 million seats to hard-hit vacation spots such as Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Cuba and the French-Dutch island St. Martin/St. Maarten, according to airline data analyzed by the aviation consultant ICF. In that same period, U.S. and international carriers added more than 600,000 seats on flights to popular Mexican destinations such as Puerto Vallarta, San Jose del Cabo, Mexico City and Cancun. Airlines added another 200,000 seats on flights to Caribbean islands that suffered less hurricane damage, including Aruba, Bermuda, the Cayman Islands and Jamaica. “Customers want to travel someplace warm with a beach,” said Mark Drusch, ICF vice president and a former airline executive. “And airlines want to book them to places that have hotel rooms available.” Drusch said the airline data analyzed by ICF didn’t show a significant increase in seats to other winter and spring destinations, such as Las Vegas, Phoenix and Denver. Puerto Rico, which suffered the worst toll from Hurricane Maria in September, took the biggest hit of all destinations in the Caribbean, with more than 454,000 airline seats cut from flights to the island in the winter and spring period, compared to the same six-month period in 2016-2017. That amounts to a 20% drop in airline seats. Click here for full article on the LA Times Source: LA...

Enjoy the famous “Chocolate Clams” at Grand Velas Los Cabos

Enjoy the famous “Chocolate Clams” at Grand Velas Los Cabos

Dec 12, 2017

Guests can now enjoy Baja California’s “Candy of the Sea” chocolate clams freshly shucked poolside at Grand Velas Los Cabos. Stocked daily from local waters, a large aquarium at the resort’s poolside cevicheria, Cabrilla, features freshly-caught Chocolate Clams for guests to pluck from. To prepare the clams, the chef shucks the clam then serves the sliced meat in the shell, accompanied by lemons and finely diced tomato, onion, and cilantro. These ceviche-esque elements bring out the sweet flavor of the meaty clam, named for the uniform brown color of its shell. At Cabrilla, guests can also enjoy other favorites like the Ceviche Los Cabos made with freshly caught fish, octopus, cocktail sauce, avocado, cilantro, and crispy corn; Octopus Tostada; Shrimp Aguachile; Tuna Tiradito; and more. Gourmet meals and premium branded beverages are included in the rates. Rates at Grand Velas Los Cabos’ all-inclusive resort start at $548 per person per night in double occupancy. Rate also includes luxury suite accommodations, 24-hour in-suite service, nightly entertainment, taxes, gratuity, and more. For reservations or additional information, please call 1-888-407-4869 or...

Traditional Christmas tree lit up in Cabo San Lucas

Traditional Christmas tree lit up in Cabo San Lucas

Dec 7, 2017

Los Cabos, Baja California Sur.- “As we light up the Christmas tree, we awaken the illusion and the desire that peace and prosperity reign in our homes, we are very happy to be in this great family event” said Mayor Arturo De La Rosa Escalante during the traditional Christmas tree ceremony that was held in the León Cota Collins public square of Cabo San Lucas. Before the Christmas tree was lit, the Christmas parade was held for the second time, from the Cultural Pavilion of the Republic, to the León Cota Collins plaza, where the president of the Municipal System DIF Vianey Núñez de De La Rosa, gave candy to children and adults, wishing them peace and harmony for this holiday season. The Christmas parade was attended by socially responsible companies, as well as municipal agencies and educational institutions that took part of the celebration for the joy of the population. Mayor Arturo De La Rosa Escalante, accompanied by his wife Mrs. Vianey Núñez de De La Rosa and other officials led the ceremony and wished everybody the best for this holiday...