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El Cerro del Sombrerito

In Mulegé it is natural to let yourself be enchanted by the surrounding tranquility and it is difficult to conceive that a fierce battle...

Benigno de la Toba’s Treasure

Many things are said about Benigno de la Toba, simply because one cannot help, but speculate about this peculiar man. What is known about...

The Pearl Diver of La Ventana, Don San Salome Leon Lucero

La Ventana is a small suburb of El Sargento. The name is curious because La Ventana (The Window) was a commune. On August 25,...

The Pitahayas of California

For 50 issues, we have told the stories that have been passed down from generation to generation. Many of them have been fanciful and...

Cave Guards

The Pericu, who once inhabited the Baja Peninsula from Cabo San Lucas to Todos Santos, had a unique explanation for the existence of whales...

The Lost Salmon

Shortly after the travel industry reopened after the COVID-19 pandemic, people began looking for quiet resting places to enjoy the sea breeze, the sound...
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