Tuesday September 22 2020

Driving in the Baja peninsula of Mexico has changed a lot over the last two decades I've been here. Baja's Highway 1 has improved dramatically, with smoother pavement, nearly every arroyo now bridged and many places even exhibit shoulders and passing lanes. Roads to remote locations have opened coastal areas that use to take hours of bone-jarring... Read more...
PORTS ACT OF MEXICO CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS Article it. This law is of public order and enforcement throughout the national territory, and is to regulate ports, terminals, marinas and port facilities, construction, use, development, exploitation, operation and ways of administration as well as the provision of port services. Ports,... Read more...
Below find a literal translation, with corrections, of the Mexican Temporary Import Regulations. In 2013 interpretation of these rules was confused by both the enforcing agents of Aduana, but also on the part of the cruisers. Painting your TIP numbers on the side of your hull is not necessary. In 2014 the rules were made simpler and the things... Read more...
 The number of confirmed and suspected cases is still increasing daily in several regions of Mexico.  Mexico City, Guanajuato, Mexico State, Tabasco, and Nuevo León currently report the highest number of active cases for the preceding two-week period.  The states currently reporting the highest rates of hospital occupancy are... Read more...
The Consular Agency in San Jose del Cabo offers routine and emergency services for American Citizens visiting or residing in Baja California Sur.  The Consular Agency performs notarial services and receives applications for U.S. passports and Consular Reports of Birth Abroad.Please note that the Consular Agency is unable to provide any visa-... Read more...
In 2012 both the Cabo San Lucas consular agent office and the US Consulate in Tijuana changed locations. Here is the latest information on both offices and maps on how to find them. Both offices have move to locations outside the city area and both are more difficult to locate. Know that the office is Los Cabos is an Agent office and does not... Read more...
In 2012 both the Cabo San Lucas consular agent office and the US Consulate in Tijuana changed locations. Here is the latest information on both offices and maps on how to find them. Both offices have move to locations outside the city area and both are more difficult to locate. Know that the office is Los Cabos is an Agent office and does not... Read more...
 NOTE: ALL THE NATIONAL PARKS OF MEXICO WERE CLOSED APRIL 15 AS A RESULT OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMICTHE VAST MAJORITY OF THE ISLANDS IN THE SEA OF CORTEZ ARE PART OF THE NATIONAL PARK SYSTEM. THE ISLANDS ARE CLOSED TO RECREATIONAL NAVIGATION.WE LOOK FORWARD TO THEM OPENING AGAIN SOON.Information for the Gulf of California Islands Flora and Fauna... Read more...
When we first came down to La Paz, I was sitting on the top deck of the Hotel we stayed in, looking over the Malecon (beach front) I saw this guy in a kayak moving at high speed (or so it seemed) across the bay in an orange kayak. It looked so smooth, with this incredible sunset behind him. My wish that night was a quiet secret in my mind, that I... Read more...

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