Celebrating Mexico’s Day of the Dead

BY SCOTT ABRAHAMSON Although Halloween is celebrated in the United States around the same time as our southern neighbor’s Day of the Day or Dia de los Muertos. It is the common misconception of many Americans that the two events are closely linked in theme and intent. Actually, nothing could be further from the truth. Halloween…

SEE Turtles; An Epic Journey Begins

By SCOTT ABRAHAMSON So you’re finally coming to Baja to take-part in the glory of The Sea of Cortez. The second longest peninsula in the world and home to an incredibly diverse marine life with all her natural pristine-ness, history and unforgettable scenery. A land of mystic, culture and a endless array of exploration sure…

Fishing & Beer; Go Together Like Chip & Salsa

For many, there are few things more relaxing than leisurely fishing with a cold brew in hand. But when you add in the warm Baja sun, a variety of exotic gamefish and a couple of coconut palms, you’ve got a truly award winning combination. While there is certainly nothing wrong with many commercial Mexican beers…

Eating Your Way Down the Baja Peninsula

No matter whether they are headed down to drink fine wines, watch whales, catch a few fish or just lounge around on the beach. Travelers visiting the Baja California peninsula all have one thing in common. Eventually, they all have to get something to eat! For those who are new to Baja Finding a place…

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