Friday, April 3, 2009
Paseo San José, the boulevard with the beach hotels at the Bahía San José del Cabo, ends—east of town—after passing this fountain (left picture) and turns into a path leading to beaches and the Estero San José (right picture). This is a natural freshwater estuary. The Perícúe Indians were settling here in the past. The estuary, with over 250 species of birds, is a protected ecological reserve.
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San Jose Estuary by Bob Chamlee
A walk in the Estuary
Posted by Axel D. at 9:49 PM