There were so many wonderful photo opportunities in Baha, Mexico that I will have a week of Baha to add some sunshine to your lives! This was early morning a couple of days after a tropical storm had passed over the estuary at San Jose del Cabo causing some flooding and a new sandbar. The path we were on had been washed away but there was a lone egret fishing in this flooded little lagoon.
Since we traveled to Baja in 2015 there has been a new state warning regarding safety in Baja and other Mexican states. https://travel.state.gov/content/passports/en/alertswarnings/mexico-travel-warning.html Unfortunately, crime has increased in Baja along with cartel activity.
You will all be glad to know that we were incredibly safe in a place where few people lock their doors. The old mission town is far removed from the main resort at Cabo San Lucas with a sleepy, friendly feel in what is becoming an art town. The food was gourmet – on the first night we ate duck, suckling pig and the best guacamole you have ever tasted.
We were oblivious to the sad news at San Bernardino, initially, but I said a prayer for the victims and their families. RIP.