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Two days ago, my travel partner @mylensetoyoureye and I decided to hit up the tip of the Baja California Sur peninsula to visit Cabo San Lucas☀️🇲🇽
What we ended up finding was a pure paradise scenery, but this place obviously came at a price.
If you are looking for a cheap destination, this one might not be for you (9 🌮 for 40usd just to give you an idea😂😖)
Have you ever been to Mexico???
"Thank goodness for the first snow, it was a reminder--no matter how old you became and how much you'd seen, things could still be new if you were willing to believe they still mattered."
Canadian Rockies Road Trip - Tête Jaune Lodge
Heading west from Jasper we headed to our next stop which was Tête Jaune Cache where we had booked the Tête Jaune Lodge for 2 nights to give us a chance to explore the Mount Robson National Park.
Tête Jaune Cache is an unincorporated rural area and the site of an important abandoned historic town in British Columbia, Canada. Its population is approximately 500. It is located on the Fraser River in the Robson Valley at the intersection of Yellowhead Highways 5 and 16.
Tête Jaune Cache was named after a Métis fur trader and trapper named Pierre Bostonais who guided for the Hudson's Bay Company in the 1800s. Bostonais was nicknamed Tête Jaune by the French voyageurs because of his blonde hair. (Tête Jaune is French for yellow head.) We arrived at Tête Jaune Lodge mid afternoon and the weather was just perfect. Our room was right down close to the river and there were a number of seats laid out by the Fraser River so we sat down there with a nice cold beer and enjoyed the warm rays of the sun and the soothing sounds of the fast flowing river.
The Riverside Cafe restaurant was in an old wooden cabin and was not open the first night we arrived but the second night we ate there. It was a casual restaurant with good home cooking and a large buffet so was excellent. You could sit outside on the patio right by the river but by evening it was cold and we waited to get a table in the nice warm room heated by an old log fire. They had a wonderful selection of local craft beers which went well with my meal.