SOUTH: May 14, 2018 | Gringo Gazette

SOUTH: May 14, 2018

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What Kind Of Snake Is That?
By CINDY RAY

Los Cabos is excellent for hiking and exploring the desert fauna and mountainous views and is full of surprises; blooming cacti; sprawling fig trees; and amazing waterfalls where fresh rain from the mountains behind us flows down to the arroyos.  There are also 18 species of venomous snakes quite

La Paz Turns 483!
By HANNAH GORSKI

Last week, instead of celebrating Cinco de Mayo, La Paz celebrated its 483rd birthday with three days of celebration kicked off with a reenactment of the landing of Hernán Cortés in May 3, 1535. Concerts, fireworks, and even a culinary festival were part of the celebrations.

From The Publisher
By CARRIE DUNCAN

This issue we have a couple articles on local snakes, what to expect, and what to do about any chance encounters. Que my experiences, I’ve had many, including a serious bite. Let’s see, we shall take them in order of occurrence.

Que Pasa in Cabo?
By DAVID FLORES

No olvidar! This May 19 and 20, the 7th annual Gastrovino Baja Wine and Food festival will take place in the quaint town of Todos Santos, just 45 minutes north of Cabo on the road to La Paz.