Saturday August 13 2022

In 2012 both the Cabo San Lucas consular agent office and the US Consulate in Tijuana changed locations. Here is the latest information on both offices and maps on how to find them. Both offices have move to locations outside the city area and both are more difficult to locate. Know that the office is Los Cabos is an Agent office and does not... Read more...
 UPDATED 10/11/21 The threat of COVID-19 has diminished significantly, particularly in those traditional tourist destinations where the government accelerated the vaccination programs. US CDC Advisories on Travel to MexicoLevel 3: COVID-19 HighCOVID-19 in MexicoJune 07, 2021Make sure you are fully vaccinated before traveling to Mexico.... Read more...
 Information for the Gulf of California Islands Flora and Fauna Protected Area Marine Zone of Espiritu Santo Archipelago National Park.The Gulf of California Islands Flora and Fauna Protected Area was established on August 2, 1978 and includes close to 900 islands and islets which represent approximately 50% of all the islands in the country... Read more...
When we first came down to La Paz, I was sitting on the top deck of the Hotel we stayed in, looking over the Malecon (beach front) I saw this guy in a kayak moving at high speed (or so it seemed) across the bay in an orange kayak. It looked so smooth, with this incredible sunset behind him. My wish that night was a quiet secret in my mind, that I... Read more...
I’ve always wondered what they were talking about when I was told: “That’ll happen ‘once in a Blue moon”. Then I heard that we were going to see one on March 31, 2018! A blue moon? Are you telling me that I’m going to see the Moon turn blue? I’ve seen eclipses and other phenomena, but this I have to see!! It’s not that a full moon rising over the... Read more...
A Factura is a legal receipt given for goods and services in Mexico that can be used for business expenses or for deductions in Mexico businesses. The receipts you receive from most vendors are not facturas but “Nota De Remission” (a simple receipt). You must generally ask for and or go to a special office, window (caja) or cashier to receive the... Read more...
The following is a reprint of the synopsis of the International Community Foundation's Survey of retired US citizens living in Mexico. The study sought to find how Americans live in Mexico, their expectations and reasons for living in Mexico. Since nearly 60% of Americans living in Mexico, live on the Baja peninsula this information is... Read more...
October 17 marks the statistical end of the Baja Tropical Cyclone Season, but we can never count on Mother Nature to be aware of the statistics. No named level system has made landfall on the Baja peninsula after October 17, since the NHC began compiling records for the Eastern Pacific in 1948. Although the weather may have cooled across the... Read more...

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