One of the best things about Cabo living is the food.
We’re not talking tacos, although there are ample taquerias to satisfy just about any craving.
We’re talking high-quality, Michelin-star-worthy food. Equally as fun and tasty are the more casual restaurants.
Every time we return to Cabo, we try to knock off a few places on our continuously expanding – about like our waistlines – must-eat wish list.
Here are a few treasures we’ve found over the last few months that are worth a visit.
I’m cra-cra for crayfish. It’s Anguilla’s fault.
On this Caribbean island, you’re hard-pressed not to find it on the menu. Apparently, the crayfish population is alive and well in the waters surrounding Anguilla. That is until they find their way onto the dinner plate.
Dining is an experience at Disney World. There are few better than the Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant at Disney's Hollywood Studios.
If a serious part of your travel experience involves eating, you'll be happy to know Walt Disney World takes food just as seriously as its rides.
Music and dancing around a roaring firepit and dining on African staples served from cast-iron pots define the boma experience at Vumbura Plains Camp in Botswana.
Java. Joe. Café Americano. Espresso. Cappuccino. Latte. Frappuccino.
Whatever you call it and however you take it, coffee is the magic potion that fuels nations. More importantly, it brings people together.
Our memorable walk through Claude Monet's gardens a Giverny ended with this fine cup of coffee at a nearby cafe.