Mexico 2019 Archive – Baja and Guadalajara
Oh! Mexico Sounds so simple, I just got to go The sun is so hot I forgot to go home…Keep reading
Baja Photo Gallery
Our shakedown trip for our new lifestyle worked out pretty well. We had a great time in La Paz with…Keep reading
Baja – Swimming with Giants!
We swam with whale sharks! The largest fish on the planet is a member of the shark family but not…Keep reading
Mexico-Ajijic, Lake Chapala
Near Guadalajara, Ajijic is a village that draws expats from the US and Canada.Keep reading
A simple flight to mainland Mexico to visit Guadalajara.Keep reading
Baja-On The Sea
Isla Espiritu Santos – UNESCO World Heritage Site Monster Cliffs Alongside Us We took a tour to a large, beautiful,…Keep reading
Baja – Pueblos y Ciudads
A small town is just a small town. Pueblos remain small desert villages with minimal paved streets and dusty side-streets.…Keep reading
Baja Sur Explorador
In the past few weeks, we have explored the peninsula from La Paz to the southernmost point. In a circle…Keep reading
Baja History in 200 Words
Baja History – 11,000 years in 200 words. There have been people in Baja for over 11,000 years. Early hunter-gathers…Keep reading
Baja – To La Paz
Glamping at San Ignacio on our way to Loreto and La Paz A short drive through the desert to Ignacio…Keep reading
Three of the missions on the Baja Peninsula are described below. Mision Nuestra Senora de Loreto Concho – 1740. Loreto…Keep reading
On March 1, 2019 we cross the border- 1,367 miles, 29 driving hours from Chula Vista, CA over 9 days,…Keep reading
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