Friday October 20 2017

On Sunday, July 3rd, 2011, the 115ft long – fishing vessel that was charted by 27 Americans for a week long trip, capsized at night after encountering a storm and sank immediately, approximately 75 miles south of San Felipe. Let me begin by expressing my sympathies to the families of the 7 people who died in the sinking of the fishing boat "... Read more...
Mexico revised many of its importation rules in 2014 and some of them can be a shocker when you cross the border. Most personal import items are subject to 16% IVA, but tobaccos and alcohols can really sting.Here is a quick run down of importation of personal goods into Mexico. This information is taken directly from the SAT Aduanas website, but... Read more...
 Buying property in ANY country can be stressful. A property investment in Mexico can be just as safe and secure as in the U.S. or Canada… IF it is done correctly!Here are some guidelines for success in a real estate acquisition in Mexico:1. Be sure the agent you select to represent you is a real estate professional. He or she... Read more...
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Driving in Mexico can be an enriching experience if you know the rules of the road. These are slightly different from the US in that there are cultural disparities in the way drivers act. There are also right ways of driving in Mexico that will ensure your safety while on the road. Here are 9 safety tips you should keep in mind when driving in... Read more...
Although Gray Grahams's road report from June of 2013 is more than a little outdated, what he has to say about qualifying your source of your Baja information remains timeless...As Gary wrote: After my customary two-day drive down the peninsula, I arrived in Los Barriles Tuesday June 10, in the afternoon  Prior to my departure, several posts... Read more...
She had never seen me before.  I had, however been observing her for some time.  She moved closer bringing the child with her.  No fear. No reluctance.  She urged the child forward.  As the child drew near I got down on my knees and waited.  Finally both mother and child were there.  I think that I held my breath... Read more...
I’m a DIY (do it yourself) kind of fisherman. I have been ever since I first began traveling to Baja and ultimately settled down at Rancho Deluxe, our East Cape beachfront home.With nothing between my front porch and the Sea of Cortez, over the years my fishing friends and I tried a variety of platforms from trailer boats to float tubes in an... Read more...
I have had a lengthy love affair with Mexico and my most recent fabulous fling being with the Baja Peninsula. The thought of this wonderful long stretch of varied and much surprising land makes my heart flutter as much as a new boyfriend would. Not only is it wildly practical since I live in Los Angeles and can either fly for two hours to the... Read more...
Most of the time you get a report from groups that took a charter trip. This is a report from someone who takes the people out. My name is Mike and I am one of the skippers for a charter company in La Paz, Mexico. We never know who the people are or where they are from before the trip starts. This is a report of a nine-day trip from La Paz... Read more...

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