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July 2021 is  the deadliest month for COVID-19 in Baja California Sur

We keep you up to date with the latest Level restrictions in Los Cabos and La Paz, as well as news and information. July 2021 has become the deadliest month of the pandemic so far in Baja California Sur, but all trends appear to be improving slightly. 

The Baja California Sur Traffic Light System of Alert is at Level 5 Statewide.

Updated 07/13/21 The southern peninsula state of Baja California Sur instituted its own system of evaluation of the COVID-19. The system was revised in June, and here are the complete restrictions for each level in English. Mouse over each level to review the details.

Mexican Currency is the Peso

Brightly colored and adorned with strange faces, we used to call it 'Monopoly Money' when ours was just plain green. North Americans can avoid getting short-changed and overpaying by becoming familiar with the different denominations of the Mexican Peso.

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Keeping Hydrated in the heat

 

When you continue to live and work in Baja year round you need to adjust your habits to avoiding heat stroke by keeping the body hydrated. 

There have been as many as 5 active tropical cyclones in the Eastern Pacific at one time.

Hurricane Andrew, Hurricane Hugo, Hurricane Camille…and more recently; Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Rita were all devastating hurricanes that hit the US. Where do these names come from, who...

Proper Tipping in Mexico - Don't be Codo

The Mexican minimum wage is around $7 dollars per day. Your tip is not only an effective means of communicating your satisfaction, or dissatisfaction with your service, but an important part of...

The Sea of Cortez remains deliciously warm into November

The US Department of State has placed Mexico on the "Do Not Travel" list for increased crime and the nation's COVID-19 infection level. The "Do Not Travel" the edict refers to some states more...


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