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The Storm That Nearly Knocked Cabo San Lucas Off The Map

Remembering "La Inundación de 1939" When the Capes Region first began to be developed as a tourist destination in the 1950s and 60s, warm year-long temperatures were a big part of the attraction. Brochures touted, accurately, the approximately 300 days of cloudless sunshine the region enjoys annually, many during the long cold winters when snowstorms…
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Saying Goodbye to 2020 in Style – New Year’s Eve Parties in Los Cabos

The idea of saying goodbye (and good riddance!) to 2020 is a happy one, but since we’re still in the world created by 2020 celebrations will definitely be a little different this year. Even with coronavirus vaccinations on the horizon, you won’t want to share any midnight hugs and kisses with strangers, or impair your…
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