Rubia The Explorer in Los Cabos

I had a great trip to Cabo. The weather was perfect! The food was delicious and I got to practice my Spanish. Dos Cerveza por favor.🍻 Here are a few highlights of my trip beyond the Margaritas and Churro’s. 

 1) The Arch of Cabos San Lucas(El Arco)- A pretty cool rock formation that juts out the ocean at the Southern tip of Cabo San Lucas. Lover’s/Divorce Beach are next to The Arch.

  2) Snorkeling in Santa Maria- we booked an excursion with Cabo Adventures on a luxury sail boat to Santa Maria to snorkel in calm water. The beach at our hotel was way too rough to swim in! They also had paddle boards to use at Santa Maria.


3) Beach Yoga-every morning our hotel gave a beach yoga class! It was a great way to start my day! It was extremely relaxing to stretch out while listening to the waves crash on the shore.

4)Stroll San Jose Del Cabo- it’s a traditional Mexican town with vendors and restaurants. On Thursdays they have an Art Walk where art is put out on display. There is a beautiful old church and charming cobblestone streets. 


Cinco De Mayo

 I enjoy celebrating Cinco De Mayo.. I love Margaritas and Mexican Food! I thought I would share with you my Shrimp Taco and Margarita recipe! I make this often cause it’s so yummy and easy ! 1lbs thawed frozen shrimp peeled 3 tbsp lime juice(fresh lime preferred) 5 cloves of minced garlic 1-2 tbsp Canola oil 2 tbsp of taco or chilli seasoning  1tbsp sofrito  Avocado or guacamole  Salsa  Corn or Flour Tortillas Heat 2 tbsp of canola oil in skillet Mix together shrimp, seasoning, sofrito, garlic, and lime juice Throw shrimp along with mixture in skillet on med-high heat and cook until shrimp is no longer pink (a few min) Remove shrimp and leave mixture in to simmer for a few minutes. Then add the shrimp and toss it with the sauce.  Heat corn (my fav) or flour tortillas in a wet paper towel and heat in microwave for 30-60 sec depending on how many you make at a time. Top with avocado, guacamole, salsa, and hot sauce if desired  Wepa Shrimp Tacos! Now on to The Margarita’s 1shot glass full of lime juice (fresh lime preferred) 1 shot glass of Patron(any tequila you prefer) 1/4 shot of agave nectar 1/2 shot of triple sec  Ice  Combine all ingredients in shaker..and Shake it up !! Makes one great drink !