Seven people were killed, at least one more is missing, more than 100 were injured and thousands of tourists were left stranded as Hurricane Odile wreaked havoc across northwestern Mexico last week. 160 more words
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I’ve created this account for almost 3 years but never had a chance to write any posts. I never thought that the first post I write would be about my experience as a refugee after a hurricane, but the experience was so profound and humbling that I thought I had to write it down, so I will remember this experience, and what I got out of the whole ordeal. 6,927 more words
WATCH ABOVE: After dealing with a hurricane, riots and rations of food and water, 45 Calgary students finally found their way home tonight. Gary Bobrovitz reports. 220 more words
Alaska Airlines scaled back humanitarian relief operations out of Mexico on Friday, with one relief flight out of Los Cabos and one relief flight from Loreto. 382 more words
The end of the Earth.
That’s how an official Mexican tourism website describes Los Cabos.
For 27-year-old Kate Pope, the popular beach travel destination on the southern tip of the Baja California peninsula felt like just that after Hurricane Odile hit Sunday night. 817 more words