Monday February 24 2020

I have lived here in Cabo for over 2 years and brought down my 2008 Ford PU with the 6.4 diesel. Without getting too technical I would like to talk about the affects the Mexican diesel has on the new American trucks that use strictly Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel. I had heard rumors that you should not use Mexican diesel for any long periods of time... Read more...
Here are the Mexican Fishing Regulations in English. They are straight forward now and much easier to understand and accommodate. For many years Mexico did not have the infrastructure to police and enforce these regulations on sportfishermen, but that is no longer the case. New patrols by PESCA can come down hard witl vessel impoundment and fines.... Read more...
These are just some of the major Mexican Federal government web sites that are available to the public. In most of the official web sites generally they list the respective offices for Baja California and its cities. We have provided these for those that are interested in doing business in Mexico as well as purchasing and or developing property... Read more...
“How can I obtain a capital gains, or homestead, tax exemption on the sale of my Mexican real estate?” is one of the most frequently asked questions by expatriate residents in Mexico when they contemplate selling their homes. Here is how to build your case for a Mexican Homestead Tax Exemption Residents may not be aware that the requirement... Read more...
When traveling to Mexico as a tourist for less than 180 days you need a FMM (Forma Migratoria Multiple) commonly referred to as a “Tourist Card”.  When flying in commercially this “Visitor’s Permit” will given to you by the airlines while en-route.  You must fill out this simple form along with your passport upon arrival Migración will... Read more...
Temporay Resident Cards (Residente Temporal)If you are planning on living or staying in Mexico for extended periods of more than 6 months and less than 4 years the Permananet Resident Card is what you want to obtain.  You may purchase these permits (Residente Temporal) for 1, 2, 3 or 4 years at a time. If you obtain it for less than 4 years... Read more...
If you knew me, the last thing you would ever think was that I was gullible. I’ve owned a very successful computer consulting and training company for 20 years, worked for a law firm, and come from a family whose philosophy is, ‘Believe half of what you see and none of what you hear.” I’m tenacious, do tons of research and have endless... Read more...
 There is perhaps no better place in La Paz to enjoy a beach side breakfast, lunch or a Damiana Margarita & CostaBaja Sunset. CostaBaja Beach Club is located just steps away from the waters of the Bay of La Paz. One of the favorite items on the bar menu is the Margarita with a Baja twist. A splash of Damiana Liqueur is an addition that... Read more...
Quick, easy and dyn-o-mite, this salad is guaranteed to transport you right to a palapa on the beach, where you’re eating barefoot, with your feet digging aimlessly in the grainy sand, sand that’s still warm from the leftover heat of the just-set-sun. Can you hear the waves quietly lapping against the shore in front of you as the new moon cuts a... Read more...
Christine went to high school with Nina in La Jolla, CA. Then they lost touch for nearly 30 years until we ran into each other in BuenaVista in 2001. Christine and her husband, Leo had just bought a house here. Now they’re not only our good friends, but our neighbors too! When we visited them in Florence, Oregon a few summers ago they took us to... Read more...

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