Wednesday March 03 2021

With the changing of the Mexican Foreign Investment Law over the last few decades, many foreigners are now taking advantage of the opportunity to purchase real estate in Mexico. Homes and undeveloped land are being purchased at a rapidly increasing rate by citizens of the USA, Canada and other foreign countries. And with the ability to now obtain... Read more...
The Sea of Cortez is certainly my main attraction to living in Baja California Sur. And no time of year is better for recreation on the Sea than mid-October to late November. The summer heat breaks, the humidity drops dramatically and yet the waters of the Sea are still incredibly warm and inviting. Snorkeling and scuba diving in the Sea of Cortez... Read more...
 Due to COVID-19 Carnaval La Paz, 2021 has been cancled. With the community already divided on the economic benefits of the event it may make it that much more difficult to resurect the event in 2022. At this time Carnaval Ensenada is still planning on moving forward. When people recall the biggest event in their favorite state in Mexico... Read more...
With millions of baby boomers reaching retirement age every day, the market for a lovely place to live with the security and services required is growing exponentially.   Many baby boomers no longer want the five bedroom home and quarter to half acre home in the suburbs.   Nor does the luxurious and prestigious home on the beach seem... Read more...
 If you have an interest in Baja, get ready to come visit us as the summer heat is fading and the Sea of Cortez in beautiful for all kinds of recreation. From mid-October through the early part of December is my favorite time of year in Baja.For those of us that live here year round, the middle of October brings a break from the summer heat... Read more...
While a Boojum may sound like a Dr. Seuss character. It is actually a very strange looking plant found almost exclusively in the Baja California peninsula. (click on picture left to expand)Godfrey Sykes a professor from the University of Arizona, who found the plant in 1922 gave it the common name of Boojum. Coining the name of the mythical... Read more...
 Amid all the bad news generated from the COVID-19 pandemic the Governor of Baja California Sur, Carlos Mendoza Davis announced the release of the 2019 crime statistics. Baja California Sur had the lowest number of homicides in the nation with just 15. The state ranked second in per capita homicides with just 1.86 per 100,000 citizens. ... Read more...
Springtime is one of the most popular times for North Americans to travel to Baja California Sur. The weather is a welcome respite from the snow and cold of their home towns. Our sunny skies and welcoming beaches are enjoyed by tens of thousands of visitors between January and June.The early months are great for exploring the mountains of the... Read more...
It’s hard to imagine traveling to Baja California without thinking of the Brown Pelican, Pelecanus occidentalis.  This ubiquitous seabird inhabits the entire coastline of Baja California and the Sea of Cortez (And other coastal areas in the Pacific and Caribbean) and is often seen flying in long elegant formations, with their wingtips just... Read more...
Baja Dogs La Paz...For the love of dogsBaja Dogs La Paz Inc. (BDLP) has been a household name around La Paz for close to 10 years now. It is a registered California non-profit 501(c)(3) that started out supporting the Refugio of the same name in El Centenario.Since Refugio closed its doors, BDLP moved to a Foster based model. The Mexican... Read more...

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