The Cabo Life


Some things need to be experienced to be understood, and Cabo is one of those things. The first thing you notice when you visit Cabo San Lucas are the resorts. The variety and locality of the resorts is impressive and definitely make the Cabo region of the Baja peninsula a remarkable tourist destination.


Robin and I have visited Cabo as tourists. We sunned on the stunning beaches, and breathed the warm air. But there was always something missing from the tourist experience. Real connection. Yes, the concierge, and hotel employees in general get to know you over time. They call you by your name and ask how your day is going and those are nice touches, but they only hint at the full lifestyle experience.


There are beach…

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Be inspired as you explore Art Walk in historic San Jose del Cabo, a premiere event that now takes place year-round. This delightful free activity takes place every Thursday, starting at 5 pm and wrapping up around 9pm. Picture this: the bustling streets transformed into pedestrian havens, exclusively for art enthusiasts to immerse themselves in the mesmerizing world of creativity. Prepare to tantalize your taste buds, as a plethora of street food vendors and a myriad of restaurants and bars await your arrival. 

Be sure to try the Esquites and Churros in the town square! 


One of my favorite Art Walk activities, and a treasured hotspot, is none other than Frank Arnold's Gallery; where art transcends boundaries and captivates hearts. Be sure to…

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Los Cabos is unlike any place on earth, thanks to a unique blend of beach, desert and mountain terrains, as well as the awe-inspiring abundance of marine life nurtured by the remarkable conditions at the confluence of the Pacific Ocean and Sea of Cortés.

As one might imagine, the views and vantages from this sun-kissed tropical paradise on the southernmost rim of the Baja California peninsula are indeed spectacular. But it’s not just the unusual and picturesque conjunctions of land and sea that make the place special, but the almost limitless opportunities for fun and adventure they open up.

How many places are there, after all, where you can you spend the morning fishing for marlin, play golf on one of…

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San José del Cabo

             San Jose del Cabo is a beautiful Mexican smalltown 25 minutes north of Cabo San Lucas . San Jose del Cabo is known to be called the more well-behaved little sister of the two cities in the Baja. While both are very beautiful, have amazing Baja beaches and snorkeling etc, San Jose Del Cabo has a much more relaxed atmosphere and perhaps has a more authentically Mexican feel. While Cabo is known for its world class fishing, San Jose is perhaps best known for its amazing Art community.  Artist from across Mexico and globally have come here to open galleries and be part of this very exciting and growing community. This small town shines every Thursday (5-9pm NOV-JUNE) as it hosts an amazing Art walk right downtown amongst…

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Delmar School

Delmar school is one of our highest recommended schools by our clients. They offer Kinder, Primary School(1-6), Middle School(7-9), and High school(10-12).

Primary School(1-6)

During the Primary or elementary phase of schooling(1-6) Delmar School focuses on individual attention and working closely with parents to form action plans and methods of best education for each child to provide unparalleled learning.  This is reenforced in grade 4 when each student is paired with a tutor to help the child create a personal growth project that integrates physical, emotional, social and academic aspects. The young children can also be introduced to a variety of skills early on. Technology(digital skills, robotics, Software), sports, arts,…

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Where can I find pesos reliably?

That was one of the questions we often asked when my family first moved here. "Where can I find a safe and reliable ATM or currency exchange". So far the best method we have found is using ATM's located inside the grocery stores(Chedraui, Freskos, La Comer) along the transport corridor. These machines are frequently refilled and checked for security so rest assured. If you choose to use these machines make sure you decline the exchange rate. This will not cancel the transaction but instead it will charge you only the transaction fee and rely on your banks current rate to complete the exchange. We see an average ATM fee of 50-120 pesos, so if you see the fee is significantly higher consider finding a different machine. 

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What is a Fideicomiso?

Well, odds are you are already familiar with it! In simple terms it is a trust that allows foreigners to purchase land in Mexico. Continue reading this issue of Terry Insight and learn all about it!

As a foreigner you often hear about how buying a property in Mexico must be scary or difficult. Well thankfully we're here to tell you it's not. Thanks to a handy tool we call Fideicomiso or trust in english. Fideicomiso in Mexico is very similar to a U.S/Canada trust. It is set up with a bank in Mexico which acts as an administrator.


You as the property owner become the beneficiary of the trust enabling you to sell, buy, or improve the property as you desire. The fideicomiso also protects you from lawsuits seeking the…

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Welcome to the insight

Here we will be showcasing our teams insight and perspective around living in Cabo San Lucas. The up's the down's and the important market updates and trends that help you better decide on buying or selling a property down here! We will also be highlighting local events, restaurants places to eat and things to do that make living down here so amazing.

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