Low season is here, although for La Jolla´s team this is our busy season taking care of cleaning, maintenance, remodels on our grounds.
Please click below in order to see what we´ve been up too.
We miss you all and look forward to see you pretty soon!
NEWSLETTER SUMMER 2016
We are glad to inform Tropical Storm Javier is now far from Los Cabos. Javier has decreased into a Tropical Depression and no longer represents a risk for San José area. Yesterday night we had a mild and light rain, with barely any wind. This is so positive as Los Cabos area is always in need of water. There was no damage on La Jolla nor in Los Cabos a rea, and sun is already coming out. Please find below some photos taken some moments ago. Thanks to all of you for your thoughts and good wishes. Sofia
As many of you may be aware of, this morning Tropical Storm Javier was centered about 75 miles southeast of Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, and is moving toward the northwest. t’s possible that Javier could be a strong tropical storm or Category 1 hurricane by that time. So far we´ve had brief periods of rain, and hardly any wind. We expect to get the most part of the heavy rain between tonight and tomorrow Tuesday August 9th. Our staff has already taken the precautions and procedures on this cases, and we are attentive to the follow up of the forecast on the weather conditions. We think and are positive that this storm will bring good rain and water for Los Cabos area. We will keep you posted. Sofia