There are two different ethnic groups in this area.
Baja California Sur, Mexico.
One group is the original population.
Having ranchos and living of raising cattle.
The other group came in this area only recently.
People from the USA having money and building themselves places to retire or to make holidays.
These two ethnic groups do not mix much.
Take the 4th of July.
At the rancho of Lupe Montaño a large group of Mexicans had come together.
Padre Fernando had come from Santiago to read Mass.
In memory of all the deceased people of this area.
After the service there were drinks and food.
At about 15 kilometres (9 miles) from Lupe’s rancho in a building called Villa Los Frailes a large group of Americans had come together some hours later.
It was to celebrate Independence Day.
There was food and drinks.
This is a posting containing not an opinion.
It is a report of neutral observations.
There is a lot what could be said about the situation at the East Cape of Baja California, Mexico.
But it is all a natural process.
A social automatism.
And it is time to travel again.
To La Paz today.