Mexico: Some U.S. Tourists Evacuated from Cabo San Lucas to Tijuana

Posted on September 16, 2014 • Filed under: Mexico, Tourist Warning, Travel News, Travel Weather Issues reported hundreds of American tourists who were stranded in Cabo San Lucas by Hurricane Odile were flown north to Tijuana and trucked to the U.S.-Mexican border by the Mexican military Tuesday. “It was terrifying, we had flights scheduled to at 3 o’clock on Sunday that were canceled so we got a hotel at the best western and just hunkered down cialis for the night, it was terrifying,” said Amy Rubin who was visiting Cabo from Maryland. Rubin, along with a group of returning tourists were flown on military Paxil planes from Cabo San Lucas to Tijuana. Military trucks brought them from the Tijuana airport to the San Ysidro border crossing. After crossing back into the U.S., it was up to each group of travelers to arrange transportation back home. Read Article

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