Desert Hacienda in San Felipe - This 2,100 sq. ft. home was designed and built with comfort and utility in mind. The outdoor living area is over 9,000 sq. ft. of finished surfaces including pool, spa, shower, full kitchen, five different seating areas, fireplace and lots of privacy. More Info
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Below is your 09/29/2011 edition of The Baja Report. The Baja Report is read by 2,857 opt-in subscribers weekly, and growing. Please forward our newsletter to all your Baja loving friends.
The Baja Good Life Club is very excited to announce our new relationship with West Coast Insurance to provide our Club Members the following features on their Mexico Homeowner's Insurance policies: The new club members homeowner's policies available through the Mexico experts at West Coast Insurance have a US Style Policy Structure. Meaning, it is very similar to a US homeowner's
Introducing The Baja California Culinary Fest, October 5th-9th Street Gourmet L.A. Bill Esparza sends over the thrilling news that Baja California is hosting its first unified food and restaurant festival this October to highlight the chefs and food scene of our attached Mexican state, being held over five days in five different Baja cities: Tijuana, MexiCali, Ensenada, Tecate, and
Ophelia Becomes Tropical Storm September 28, 2011, 5:26 PM EDT By Brian K. Sullivan and Alex Morales|Source: BloombergOphelia regained tropical storm status and is forecast to reach hurricane strength on a track that may take it east of Bermuda this weekend, according to the U.S. National Hurricane Center. Ophelia's winds are 50 miles (80 kilometers) per hour, up from 35 mph earlier today,
Turtle release, sponsored by Tortugueros Las Playitas, on September 12, 2011 near sunset. The species of turtle released was olive ridley (Lepidochelys olivacea), also known as a Pacific ridley. WATCH THE VIDEO MORE ABOUT THE TURTLE: The olive ridley is a small surviving sea turtle, with an adult carapace length averaging 60 to 70 cm. The heart-shaped carapace is characterized by four pairs of
ROAD REPORTS - published by BAJA PONY EXPRESS, of the East CapeBiggest concern area is around Santo Tomas, north and south. They are changing the road, grading and not marking anything. It is particularly dangerous at night as there are no markers and very steep drop offs. Exercise GREAT CAUTION. K 40-50 is really bad. K 122-133 before Catavinia is bad. K 202 - 206 is bad. Something
by Timothy Hurst The year was 2000, I was in the middle of a six-week long roadtrip on the Baja California peninsula in Mexico. While the trip was surfing oriented, it wasn't exclusively a surfing trip, especially when the only "highway" running the length of the peninsula, Mexico Federal Highway 1, also known as the Carretera Transpeninsular, meandered along the calm coastal waters of the Gulf
Ancient cave paintings and imposing 17th-century missions dot the north of the peninsula Beyond the beaches, Baja California's interior is home to a number of places that tell the long and rich story of the area: from the cave paintings in Cataviñá to the missions that span the peninsula. El Vallecito is perhaps one of the best places for seeing these amazing vestiges of civilization.
This is peak viewing season for great white sharks in the pristine waters around Guadalupe Island west of Baja California, which allow for intimately close encounters with the world's most notorious predators, from within steel cages designed to keep divers safe. They witness first-hand how stealthy and cautious white sharks are, contrary to a once-popular belief that they're the
Rosarito Baja Sand 2011 Date: Sept 24 - 25 Youth Saturday - Sand Sculpting Classes, music and much more! Family Sunday - Sand Castle Competition, food, music, and much more! More info - 6110612-0396 or 1-800-027-3137 www.rosarito.org * email@example.com
The 2nd International Mariachi Festival and Folklorico Dance September 28 - October 2 2011 at the Rosarito Beach Hotel is The 2nd International Mariachi Festival and Folklorico Dance, where 100% of money raised will benefit to the "Club for children of Rosarito." Wednesday 28 to Friday September 30: Workshops music and folkloric ballet taught by world-renowned teachers. Space is limited,
submitted by Vivian Scott A show that you won't want to miss. It's called The Royal Tour: Mexico, and it will air on PBS on September 22 (September 23 in Mexico). Please check your local listings for the exact time. In this series, Mexico's President Felipe Calderón and travel news journalist, Peter Greenberg, explore the amazing and adventurous side of Mexico. Here is a link to the
EXPO Mulege 2011 Date: October 1 & 2 Location: Downtown Mulege The event will feature cultural, business and culinary displays. The finest GASTRONOMIC SAMPLE of REGIONAL COOKING and SWEETS. More info contact - Roberto Lujan is the coordinator