Cabo San Lucas makes a good departure point for a 45 mile day trip up the Pacific coast road to Todos Santos, a village that draws surfers for its waves and tourists for its art galleries. The attractions for us were the galleries and the fresh lobster rellenos lobster meat cooked in a steamed poblano chile. By the time we stopped for lunch, however, Miguel a thatched roof bar and eatery, had run out of lobster.
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“Certainly, the public reaction was the opposite.””In hindsight, it was not the right decision.”The imposition of the curfew attracted a quick backlash from civil rights advocates, including the American Civil Liberties Union, which requested in a June 3 letter that Shikada immediately rescind it. Mayor Adrian Fine and Vice Mayor Tom DuBois had also expressed concern about the long duration, with DuBois saying he would like the council to schedule a special meeting to modify the curfew order.Others questioned Shikada’s power to declare the curfew, pointing to the fact that the city’s “state of emergency” declaration was based on the COVID 19 pandemic and not on the recent spread of protests against police violence. Shikada said the order was made after consultation with the Office of the City Attorney and that it felt like “one continuous emergency, in terms of our ability to react and deploy our resources in ways that maintain our highest priority for public safety.””We certainly did not take the action of implementing the curfew lightly,” Shikada said.