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The Blues & Arts in San Felipe this past Saturday was a great event with great blues bands and spectacular artists. The day got off to a windy start, but it calmed by early afternoon and turned into a day to experience and remember. (See the reports below).
This weekend should be equally festive throughout Baja, so play cheerfully and have a happy and safe Semana Santa.
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THE BAJA BIG LIST: Tours and Guided Travel :::BAJA PENINSULA::: Baja Ecotours Region: All of Baja Type: Water Activities Contact: (619) 819-2966, +52 (612) 125-9081, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.bajaecotours.com About: Operates a whale-watching base camp at San Ignacio Lagoon, which is a fully functional off-the-grid eco-friendly camp with solar and wind power within their
Taking the Ferry Across the Sea of Cortez by Anna Cearley-Rivas This is part of a series of blog posts about a 10-day trip I recently took south of the border through the Mexican state of Sonora and then back up north (after a ferry trip across the Sea of Cortez on December 29–30, 2009) through the Baja Peninsula. I have never been on a Carnival cruise, but I have traveled by reed boat
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Crossing the Sea of Cortez by Anna Cearley-Rivas
Boat trips...The idea of crossing the Sea of Cortez (Gulf of California) by boat was alluring to me, in part because I didn’t know anyone else who had taken the 8–10 hour ferry trip between Guaymas, Sonora, and the Baja peninsula.READ FEATURE
Water is Worth More Than Gold
by Karri Moser “Water is worth more than gold” is the rallying cry that has worked to halt, at least temporarily so, the Paredones Amarillos open pit gold mine project. The residents of Baja California Sur have opposed Vista Gold Corporation's plan to obtain the permits and rights to extract gold from the La Paz area. . READ FEATURE
Mariachis – The Tempo of Mexico by Greg Niemann
The uplifting sounds and homey folk lyrics of mariachi music has become an integral part of Mexican culture and history. Indeed, it appears the entire Mexican psyche is interwoven with the brassy and bold tempo produced by sombrero-clad men in tight-fitting pants, frilly shirts and waist-length jackets. READ FEATURE
2010 San Felipe Blues & Arts Fiesta
This year's Blues & Arts was a great success and more than 2000 people enjoyed the best blues music and amazing art across all mediums. FIND OUT MORE ABOUT BLUES & ARTS
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