Tuesday January 21 2020

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 Most fishermen in the southwest are familiar with Baja California, which boasts an abundance of eco-systems and fish species, and many beautiful, remote locations. Now kayak anglers have a new option—Cedros Island, renowned as one of the best locations in the world for yellowtail and calico bass fishing.Kayaks are a well-... Read more...
From space the Colorado River Delta is the defining feature of the Baja California Peninsula.  It is a landscape created by a magnificent sea, a powerful river, and an active San Andreas fault:  Over millennia the tidal dynamics of the Sea of Cortez, spreading of the sea floor and fresh water flows from the Colorado River have created an... Read more...
Quick, put the fish back in the water!” I yell to Bill. A Botox-lipped fish, called a Burrito Grunt, is flopping around at my feet, covered in sand, fighting for its life.A few minutes earlier, high in the horizon, I watched a cormorant pluck the unlucky fish from the Sea of Cortez. A large frigate bird with forked tail feathers then gave chase to... Read more...
When you continue to live and work in Baja year round you need to adjust your habits to avoiding heat stroke by keeping the body hydrated. In this article, we will cover the physiology of hydration, the warning signs, prevention and treatments of dehydration to make your Baja Summer jut a little safer. The circulation in your body helps to... Read more...
Brightly colored and adorned with strange faces, we used to call it 'Monopoly Money' when ours was just plain green. North Americans can avoid getting short changed and overpaying by becoming familiar with the different denominations of the Mexican Peso.Whether you are visiting Mexico or plan to stay longer, it is a good idea to familiarize... Read more...
Latin American's largest solar photovoltaic energy project is now cranking out the kilowatts in La Paz. The Aura Solar I installation, near the La Paz airport, now generates nearly 62% of La Paz's electrical needs. The 100 hectare/ 250 acre site provides 36 megawatts of electricity or about 64% of the La Paz requirements.The facility, managed by... Read more...
Every week, about 750 new people come to the Los Cabos area to settle. These may be workers arriving from the Mainland or Central America, or the increasingly large number of North Americans seeking a great climate and good value for their retirement dollars. Unfortunately, these Americans often fail to realize that they are within a Spanish... Read more...
The discussion began with an off the cuff remark by the Federal Secretario de Turismo, Enrique de la Madrid Cordero and now has been put forward by the governor of the state of Baja California Sur, to make the recreational use and sale of marijuana legal in Quintana Roo and Baja California Sur. Since the legalization of recreational pot in... Read more...
Discovering La Paz as a wonderful place to call home more than 13 years ago this month I wanted to take another look back at the changes and provides the tips on living in Baja California Sur. With so much to share with our readers we have broken the article up into a four part series.The first version of this article was published on the... Read more...

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