archive-title Monthly Archives: September 2021


Daikoku.

Daikoku. You walk through a threshold, as if passing the gate of a Shinto shrine between tacky edifices as if magically welcoming you into a middle space. In between old worn-out buildings of this tourist trap. The middle space. After passing the threshold you rise, almost symbolically up the stairs. And you’re met by a […]

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A Month and a Half in Los Cabos

  So, a month and a half passed, Still overwhelmingly sunny. I got to witness my first hurricane and fell asleep through it. A lot has changed in a month and a half, many of the moving pieces that we make part of our lives have been shifting for me, I’ve met more people, I’ve […]

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Bisbee’s Black & Blue 2021

  Bisbee’s Black & Blue Marlin fishing tournament has more than 40 years of history, and Los Cabos has been part of that history for more than 30 years. Every October hundreds of ships from all over the world come to Los Cabos to take part in the biggest competition of its kind. They sail […]

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Cerro De Las Antenas

Genesis 3:14 The Lord God said to the serpent, “Cursed are you more than all cattle, And more than every beast of the field; On your belly you will go, And dust you will eat All the days of your life;   Cerro De Las Antenas. It’s a winding, weaving, waving way, not very wide. […]

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My first week in Los Cabos.

  I’m new to Cabo. I’ve been here for a week. I was asked to write about my impressions of this place. First thought: It’s hot. It’s hard to feel at home when all the clothes you have were bought for a city that only has this kind of weather a few days out of […]

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The Green Light Safety Status

The Green Light Safety Status   This September 20, 2021, the state of Baja California has entered Green Alert Status according to the federal government of Mexico.   This brings us to the new normal, but it also keeps some regulations so that covid cases continue to drop in Los Cabos.   Some safety measures […]

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Cabo & The Corona Virus.

Cabo & The Corona Virus. Tourism is at the heart of Los Cabos, in this article, we look to solve doubts and concerns of people looking to visit Los Cabos may have and provide information about the protocols in place in the fight against Covid.   The Green Light The main source of income of […]

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Lucerito’s Concert in La Paz, Watch full Video

Lucerito’s Concert in La Paz. Watch the full video here.   On the night of September 15, healthcare workers were celebrated in the City’s Theater in La Paz, Baja California Sur with a special concert from “America’s bride”, international singer Lucero, better known as: “Lucerito”.   Quoting: Hugo Fimbres from El Sucaliforniano. He assisted to […]

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Mexican Independace: September 15, 2021

Celebrating Independence Day.   The Night of September 15 celebrates Mexico’s independence from Spain. It’s a night of proud celebration and tradition in México. Governor Víctor Manuel Castro Cosío will reenact the traditional Grito de Independencia at 10 p.m. commemorating the 211th anniversary of the start of Mexico’s independence in Plaza de la Reforma of […]

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Hurricane Olaf: The Unsung Heroes Of Los Cabos

Protection services notified that hurricane Olaf was going to hit Cabo in the night or early the next day, announced as category 1. As it approached it strengthened and became category 2. Olaf met San Jose del Cabo at 10:00 p.m., max wind speed of 100 mph (155 kph), and 5 to 10 inches (13 […]

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