Female Photographs: Having tea during the years 1905 to 1913 on the malecon in La Paz

As mentioned by several historians, The Baja California peninsula was an isolated and sparsely inhabited land. The Sud Californian population increased its number of residents according to space, time, specific points through history and the continuous evolution of social classes. The city of La Paz, Baja California Sur is where this topic of interest began.
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Estrella Navarro

We had the opportunity in this edition to meet Estrella Navarro, a marine biologist, model, and freediver. Stella Navarro has broken 27 free diving records in Mexico and that has crowned her as the worldwide runner-up in the ability to hold her breath. “I think my biggest challenge is to go beyond my capabilities. Freediving
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The Song of the Desert

A desert holds an infinite number of mysteries and even those mysteries have infinite differences. The Greenland ice sheet, like the Sahara, is a desert. Sudcalifornia, being close to the equator and surrounded by the sea, becomes a coastal desert. What is the magic of this peninsula? What is it that attracts you to visit?
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