This Sunday December 12, Catholic Mexicans celebrate the alleged apparition of the Virgin of Guadalupe to an Indian named Diego, atop of the Tepeyac hill in Mexico City. The catholic church got behind the story and every year, thousands of pilgrims travel – mostly walking – to the Guadalupe Basilica that was built on the same hill. Throughout the country, people pilgrim to their town’s main church. In Los Cabos, these pilgrimages are organized by the church and have become 2-3 days of people walking to visit their “Lady of Guadalupe.” At midnight on December 11, hundreds inside and outside the church sing the traditional “Las Mañanitas” song to the Virgin. Now you know if you get blocked by a pilgrimage somewhere in town.