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DONATE Los Cabos and the Baja peninsula were devastated by Hurricane Odile. However, many of the lesser-known communities up and down the peninsula were hit as hard as Los Cabos, but will be the last to receive assistance from the government and organizations. Please help and donate what you can for those communities and individuals - More information at http://www.youcaring.com/other/hurricane-odile-relief-for-the-poor/235896
  Hurricane Odile - Baja Peninsula
Baja hurricane
Photos of Cabo from Kathi Hammer's Facebook page
Hurricane Odile slammed into Los Cabos and Baja California Sur on the night of September 14th and ravaged the city. The airport is closed, electricity is out. Gasoline is very scarce. Thousands of locals and tourists are displaced. As it moved north the communities of Todos Santos, La Paz, Loreto, and Mulege have had significant damage too. Information has been difficult to come by, so we have placed any information,photos and updates we can find on our blog. Please click here for more information about bajavisitor.blogspot.com/.

  Accommodations Highlight! Hotel Casa de la Palma
Colonial hotel in Puebla
Hotel Casa de la Palma in Puebla is considered a special category first class hotel for its unique and wide 16 suites. Each one is decorated differently, keeping the architecture and history of each room. For its beautiful architecture and exclusive design, the house is considered world heritage. See details at Hotel Casa de la Palma

  Destination Highlight: Guanajuato
Guanajuato, Mexico
The city of Guanajuato (gwah-nah-HWAH-toh) was founded in 1552. It is located in Central Mexico in a narrow valley protected by arid mountains. Guanajuato is a city of history, a place where silver mining, the War of Independence, the American Intervention and the Reform Movement all shook the foundations of the city. Many of the cities buildings and churches are mentioned in history books on Mexico and UNESCO named the city a World Heritage Zone in 1988. More on Guanajuato...

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  Mexico Artist Frida Kahlo
Frida Kahlo
20th Century Mexican artist Frida Kahlo was born Magdalena Carmen Frida Kahlo y Calderon in Mexico City on 6th July 1907, although she often gave her date of birth as 1910. She was the daughter of a German-Jewish photographer father and a Mexican Catholic mother. At the age of six she was stricken....
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