Wednesday September 28 2022

 The Baja California peninsula is home to more than 600,000 North Americans and is visited annually by millions people from around the world. The BajaInsider.com provides an effective media outlet for your company to connect with people interested in living or traveling the Baja peninsula or Mexico.The BajaInsider is not just a website, but... Read more...
Baja California Sur has begun to crack down on traffic offences. The latest welcome addition to the revenue source for the city is the heavy fine levied on those that park in the blue marked handicap zones without proper plates or stickers displayed.To be very clear: Handicapped access permits issued in the US or Canada will not be honored as... Read more...
 Road checkpoints in Mexico are a familiar sight, installed in response to the rising cartel presence in the country. They have been put there mostly to look for guns, drugs and evidence of cartel activities and they are nothing to be afraid of. If you are traveling by car in Mexico, expect to see several checkpoints along highways and... Read more...
The Mexico Flag and its emblem have an old and very interesting story about what it depicts.The holiday; Diá de la Bandera or Mexican Flag Day is February 24.While the Flag of the Estados Unidos de Mexico ( that’s right; United States of Mexico) wasn’t established officially in its form until 1821, it depicts a story of Mexico culture from the... Read more...
Take a trip back in time and into the mountains of Baja California Sur by the only means to get there. On four hooves our author sees the backcountry of Baja California Sur as the original explores did, on horseback. Across the mountains of Baja California Sur, carved out of the land, are the remains of long, narrow mule trails. Navigating these... Read more...
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By law, any vehicale in Mexico more than 180 days should be imported and registered in the appropriate Mexican state. Importing US vehicales is part of the NAFTA agreement, but Mexico limits the age and country of origin. Importation is limited to NAFTA manufactured cars more than 5 years old and less than 10 years old. Model year determines the... Read more...
Other than sombreros, few things are more 'Mexican' than tequila. But there are a few things to know about the different grades of tequila before you use it to inspire you to sing karaoke Thursday nights...I remember when I thought a shot of Jose Cuervo Gold tequila was living it up. In fact, it may have been just a step above bar stock once I got... Read more...
  You would like to work in Mexico as a foreigner. Many people think it is really hard to get permission to work here in Mexico as a foreigner but it has become much easier over the years. There have been some real changes over the past years and now you must begin the process of obtaining your residency cards, Temporary or Permanent at the... Read more...
Hurricane Andrew, Hurricane Hugo, Hurricane Camille…and more recently; Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Rita were all devastating hurricanes that hit the US. Where do these names come from, who picks them out, and why name them at all? It’s all based on tradition. From the time that Europeans started coming to the “New World”, and for centuries... Read more...

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