Friday February 21 2020

Pescadero Baja California Sur is located about 8 kilometers south from Todos Santos which is about 75 kilometers south of La Paz the capital of Baja California Sur. It is about a 45 minute drive north of Cabo San Lucas and has been really seeing some major changes in the last few years.With a new Pemex last year and more commercial highway... Read more...
Planning your Wedding Ceremony in MexicoA wedding ceremony in Mexico is one thing…a legal marriage is something else. What’s the difference and how do you choose what is right for you?The first thing you need to decide when planning your destination wedding is what you are trying to accomplish. If you want to declare your love and... Read more...
 The Poinsettia with its star-shaped green leaves that turn into a deep red flower at the top has several names and a very interesting history and legend. Euphorbia pulcherrima (literally, "the most beautiful Euphorbia") also known as the “Flor del Noche Buena” ( Flower of Christmas Eve) in Mexico, or the “Flame Leaf” in Central America... Read more...
In Baja California and many areas of Mexico, it makes a lot sense to add a pool to your vacation or investment property. This article will discuss a few of the different styles of finishes for the pool and deck as well as what type of water treatment and filtration you would want to use.Pool construction is continually evolving in Baja. A greater... Read more...
Good Hurricane Preparation is the best insurance a boat can have. Being that I had been the owner and operator of a sail loft for 12 years in La Paz Baja California, Mexico, I have some suggestions for helping you ready your boats for hurricanes in the Sea of Cortez. Most of the advice given here will apply to preparing a boat anywhere there is a... Read more...
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 Some years ago, the richness and diversity of fish in our seas was imagined endless and infinite. The resources of the sea were plentiful and the oceans were full of food. Unfortunately, what will soon be endless will be the species of fish that will continue to disappear. We have been very irresponsible with the resources that the sea... Read more...
If you wan to see a classic little Baja pueblo oasis in the Vizcaino desert, get off Baja Highway One at San Ignacio and be sure to take the time to visit the main plaza in town. San Ignacio is a step into tranquility, a pueblo of palm and calm.Every time I have stopped by and rested in the main plaza while having a cool drink under the Indian... Read more...
 In 2019 we have received almost the annual rainfall for the southern portions of the peninsula in the last two weeks of November. These late season rains will augment the rains that greened up the peninsula in September. The average seasonal rainfall for November in La Paz is .05" and in the past two storms we have receiver more than 7".The... Read more...
Cruisers take time to rescue this unique creature in the Sea of Cortez, a Dwarf Sperm Whale mother and baby. La Paz welcomed some unusual tourists last week. Like many they were headed up the coast and stopped in longer than they had expected to.  But though this mother and baby were breathing the same air as us, they shared the habitat of... Read more...

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