Dandy Traveler

ADVENTURES WITH STYLE

Dandy Traveler

ADVENTURES WITH STYLE

I am excited to bring you this getaway!

Pescadero is my favorite town in Baja and the Paradero Hotel is like no other. This getaway is all about relaxation, fine cuisine, exploring Baja, and hanging out with a great group of guys.

Day 1 An easy day. Check in, hangout by the pool and explore this amazing hotel. Then get to know everyone over cocktails and welcome dinner.

Day 2 starts off with yoga by the pool and then breakfast at the hotel restaurant. It’s menu is ever-changing to reflect the fresh produce picked from their garden and procured from the surrounding farms. Then we are off to the beach. Trust me, this will not be your typical beach set up. The Omakase Experience for dinner will be the perfect end to the day.

Day 3 will begin with the optional breakfast at the Gallo 64 site, breakfast will be prepared by Cocina de Campo, Agricole, I love this restaurant and organic market. Then we are off to wander the streets of beautiful historic Todos Santos for a taco tour. The day wraps up with a sunset hike through the hills along the coast and then dinner.

Day 4 is a free day to do whatever you like before you head back home. Your options are endless, surf, hike, ATV, shop, beach, lay by the pool, massages.

Dandy Traveler works with the top hotels and resorts in Baja Sur to secure discounted rates and pass them on to you. You get to experience our entire getaway package, and enjoy your stay at a sought-after resort for less than the normal rate.

BRUTALISM IS BACK

A once beloved and then widely tarnished style of architecture, brutalism has re-emerged with a newfound popularity over the past several years. Gone are its ill-fated associations with imposing institutional buildings and Soviet era totalitarianism. In its place, a new, modern promise of the style has taken root with an unmistakable eye toward the sleekness and sexiness that brutalism can offer.
Conde Nast Traveler has chronicled the resurgence, and the art journal My Modern Met recently published an explainer on why it is making a comeback. The New York Times Style Magazine was among the first to herald the coming of a new brutalism back in 2016.

There is perhaps no better place in the world right now to experience the highs of what a cutting-edge reinterpretation of brutalism can be than Paradero Hotel in Todos Santos.

Here, this stunning property designed by Ruben Valdez and Yashar Yektajo, interprets brutalism in a way that may shock people who had thought they had made up their mind about the style. The brutalist hallmarks of raw concrete and dramatic, imposing shapes are present, but so is a warmth and a blending with its surroundings that is as surprising as it is alluring.

The experience of a property that can at once be so austere and inviting – nestled beautifully within a backdrop of the Sierra de la Laguna Mountains and surrounding farms – will draw you in and have you examining the juxtaposition with wonder at every turn.

DECEMBER 1-4

This event is limited to 10 rooms if you are interested please contact me for reservation information.

Itinerary

THURSDAY

DEC 1ST

8:00 p.m

Check in – Welcome dinner and drinks

FRIDAY

DEC 2ND

9:15 a.m.
Hatha Yoga

10:00 a.m.
Breakfast – Private beach excursion

2:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Dinner/Omakase Experience

SATURDAY

DEC 3RD

9:00 a.m.
Breakfast at Gallo 64 site

1:00 p.m.
Taco Tour

6:00 p.m.
Hike

8:30 p.m.
Dinner

SUNDAY

DEC 4th

FREE DAY


Complimentary Shuttle to and from the Hotel

December 1st

2:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m.

From San Jose del Cabo Airport

December 4th

8:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m.

From Paradero

$2,600 per person – Airfare not included


Check with your phone company about a phone plan

You can’t Uber from the airport, but you can Uber around town.

MEET YOUR HOSTS

LEW GALLO

I came to San Jose del Cabo on vacation and fell in love with it. 4 months later, I was living here. The weather and beaches are what captivated me, but the people are what keeps me here.

This year I am pleased to announce Erik Borg will be hosting the getaway with me.

Let us show you Cabo through our eyes. Experience it like a local.

ERIK BORG

Erik is a co-owner of Provincetown Brewing Co. on Cape Cod. Originally from Minnesota, Erik developed a deep passion for travel and adventure from an early age. He studied in Spain during college and has traveled to five continents, soaking up the unique culture and cuisine wherever he goes. He made is first trip throughout Mexico in Winter 2021 and fell in love with the country.

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