Recently, we finally decided to get on the Global Entry train. We were able to apply and handle the in-person portion here in Guadalajara, thanks to the American Chamber of Commerce providing some space. We had to go to an office building in the Providencia section of town and we were able to enjoy some nice views from the 17th floor.
Over the Presidents’ Day weekend, we traveled with two other families to La Paz, on the Baja peninsula, about two hours north of Cabo. Cheap flights on Volaris make this a great alternative as La Paz is the less touristy and less expensive option to Cabo.
We weren’t all able to stay in same place, so we were in a development just outside of the city that had it’s own beach/country club as well as a marina. The other families were in a development across the harbor. Our first full day the weather turned strangely wet and windy for that time of year, but we were able to get in a little beach time before we had to head inside.