FREE MP3 Christmas Music!Riding Christmas WavesVisit http://community.mexicolivingguide.comto download a fresh and refreshing surf tune for the holidays.Tim Smith's Primal Sky "Riding Christmas Waves" is smooth, soothing holiday music that we guarantee you'll be listening to even in July! Simply check the audio section for all the latest music and talk.Happy Holidays
2010 International Blues and Arts Fiesta is an adventure not to miss in Mexico. Saturday March 27th, in San Felipe, Baja California, the Lions Club will again host a rip roarin' day of blues and arts! Mark it on your calendar. Start making plans because this fourth annual event will be the best yet. You can expect stellar bands and fabulous artists showin' their stuff. These local San Felipe
Calling All Holiday Elves! Time to sharpen your scissors, find your scotch tape and dust off your holiday cheer. The Christmas wrapping will be held at the Internado on: Wednesday, Dec.16th at 9:30 a.m. We need wrappers. Not great wrappers, not even good wrappers, but just willing hands to make the holiday posada a wonderful event. We would love to see new faces this year so please join us.
http://picasaweb.google.com/DarcyGene/VistaDelSolElDoradoRanch?feat=email# A Peaceful Paradise in Vista Del Sol, El Dorado Ranch, San FelipeOne can truly appreciate the beauty and peace of Baja from this gorgeous property. From the covered front patio you can almost see forever. The Sea of Cortez fills the horizon from mountain range to mountain range. The quiet desert is all that you hear
El Caballo Blanco Bookstore Loreto BCS Five years ago, after 15 years of Baja adventures, El Caballo Blanco moved their bookstore from New Mexico to Loreto. Wild natural beauty drew them to Loreto and friends helped them sink roots. The owners enjoy the best of all lives; fascinating people, new ideas from distant places, and neighbors who became family. In El Caballo Blanco,
Holiday Traditions of Mexico "Feliz Navidad" "La Posadas," the remarkable buildup to Christmas Eve, is perhaps the most delightful and unique Mexican tradition. Beginning December 16, it commemorates the events in the journey of Mary and Joseph from Nazareth to Bethlehem. After dark, each night of the "Posada," a procession begins led by two children. The children carry a small pine-decorated