Monthly Archives: May 2016

Missionary Art & History

The Mission of Santa Rosalia de Mulege (1705-1828) Despite the limiting factors that arose during the expansion process, such as lack of food, ships and financial resources, Salvatierra and his people continued to search for sites that primarily provided water and fertile land to farm. Their conviction and zeal as missionaries was to carry and
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Stand Strong

LIGA MAC   Most Liga MAC, A.C. supporters and volunteers that provide help in the San Jose del Cabo community are from Mexico, USA and Canada. Liga MAC is a registered charitable Mexican non-profit organization dedicated to the rescue of low-income families. Liga MAC programs provide basic living, educational and medical assistance through a Support
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Memories and Remembrances of La Paz

Manuel Bueno Guarro

  The book “Cronicas de mi puerto, La Paz 1830-1959” by Rosa Maria Mendoza Salgado is fascinating. Her literary style, along with her memories and yearnings, place us in the time and the environment described by her lines. The photographs illustrating the work are historical treasures. They revive the construction of Baja California Sur’s capital
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Guest Destination

Juan Melgar

La Giganta, the view from Comondu After days of traveling from the north to the south central highlands of Baja California Sur, a famous adventurer from the middle of the last century declared when he reached Comondu that what his eyes beheld was Shangri-la. The description is still accurate. A stream flowing into the Pacific
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