Sunday October 25 2020

Surfing which many people know started in Hawaii many, many years ago and was the sport of Kings. Since the 60's it had become very popular in California and worldwide. While in it's early years surfing was associated mostly with young men that in most cases had little money as they scoured the world for the perfect waves. Surfing in Baja became... Read more...
The Sea Lion Encounters in the Bay of La Paz are on again. Closed to all visitors from June 1 - Sept 1, this most popular of all La Paz activities cam again be visited. This includes snorkeling and scuba diving at Los Islotes, El Refugio and Roca Lobos in the Bay of La Paz. To visit the sea lion colony you must contract through one of the licensed... Read more...
How FATCA and FBAR is affecting U.S. Expats…yes only Americans (as in U.S. Citizens living abroad) need to read this..There are some newly enforced banking and tax laws that are affecting United States expatriates in many new ways. First of all what is an expat or expatriate? Well according to Wikipedia: An expatriate (in... Read more...
Whether a property owner or just the occasional visitor on a beautiful beach in Mexico, everyone pays taxes, natives and foreigners. Some of the taxes are hidden and others are not. The purpose of this article is to touch on some of the important taxes levied and paid in Mexico.Who Collects the TaxThe SAT (Servicio de Administracion Tributaria),... Read more...
LAW OF NAVIGATION CURRENT TEXT (Last reform implemented 26/05/2000 ) New Law published in the Official Journal of the Federation on January4, 1994 Navigation LAW. The margin a seal with the national emblem which reads: United States of Mexico - Presidency of the Republic.. Carlos Salinas de Gortari Constitutional President of the United... Read more...
Terms & Conditions of Use: BajaInsider.comWhat is this Privacy Policy for?This privacy policy is for this website BajaInsider.com and served by Zyber Marketing Special Projectsand governs the privacy of its users who choose to use it.The policy sets out the different areas where user privacy is concerned and outlines the obligations &... Read more...
In Mexico, the ONLY authority permitted to draft a deed transferring real property or an interest in real property (such as the fideicomiso) is the Mexican Notary Public, who is different from a Notary Public in the United States. In the US, where a simple exam, bond, and a rubber stamp can make a Notary Public out of most people, nor it is... Read more...
If you happened to be just about anywhere on the Baja peninsula on Wednesday, March 9, 2011 you are part of this enormous group photo! This image was taken from space on March 9 by the Aqua satellite. A particularly clear day for the entire peninsula. This image made NASA's MODIS Image of the day on March 13, 2011. Click on the image to view an... Read more...
The Desert Lily (Hesperocallis undulata), also known as the Ajo Lily, is one of the most striking of desert wildflowers. It is a perennial with thin undulating leaves that form a rosette from which the stem and soft white trumpet-shaped flowers emerge. Its bulb may be two feet or more below the surface thereby protecting it from predators or... Read more...
The Baja Ha-Ha Cruiser's Rally begins every year around the first of November in San Diego and ends in Cabo San Lucas. Some call the Ha-Ha a race, the organizers prefer to think of it as a Cruiser's rally so that no one has to feel bad about all the cruising junk on the decks. This year represented the 25th Baja HaHa which will begin on... Read more...

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