Hurricane John spares Cabo's glittering golf
But the Cabo corridor is one oasis that deserves a giant shield around it. This 19-mile stretch between the party town of Cabo San Lucas and the authentic Mexican town of San Jose del Cabo is a pure treasure of high-end seaside golf.
Travel enough and any destination wow tends to evaporate. But Cabo delivered it in spades on my first trip there this summer. It’s easy to see why a number of Americans end up going to Cabo once and staying for years. Can’t tell you how many of those stories I heard.
Maybe, Hurricane John just didn’t have the heart to mess with such beauty. Thankfully, it certainly didn’t have the wind power. The hurricane that threatened such courses as Cabo del Sol Ocean Course and sent people to shelters mostly petered out before it hit landfall.
There was a little minor flooding in the streets, but within two hours after the winds hit the tourist shops in Cabo San Lucas reopened. The early reports on the courses are also encouraging from my people on the peninsula.
I guess it’s a good thing Myrtle Beach was spared by Ernesto too.
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