Friday February 21 2020

Whale sharks - the largest fish in the ocean and return every winter to the waters of the Bay of La Paz. Swimming with these gentle giants can be the perfect end to a dive trip or island outing. From early winter until late spring the whale sharks can be found feeding in the rich waters of the Sea of Cortez and in the Bay of La Paz in Baja... Read more...
Updated October 28, 2019 The mosquito season is winding down now across Mexico and the rains of the monsoon season have only brough a little moisture to the lower peninsula this season. Programs to control the mosquito population across the southern peninsula have been reactivated but only a handfull of new cases have been reported in the... Read more...
The new Cross Border Xpress (CBX) pedestrian bridge connecting the Tijuana Airport (TIJ) with the U.S. opened December 2, 2015. This new border crossing is the creation of Ralph Nieder and is a private commercial bridge that will charge a fee to walk across the 525 foot sky bridge. There will be parking and a Terminal building on the the U.S. side... Read more...
Tijuana the largest city of Baja and 5th largest in Mexico, borders the U.S. at the cities of San Ysidro and Otay Mesa, suburbs of San Diego, California.  A border where more than 50 million people cross annually, making the San Ysidro Port of entry the busiest land border crossing in the world and Tijuana one of the most visited cities on... Read more...
Title Insurance is the essential protection for Mexican Real Estate. Canadian newspapers carried stories recently about the eviction of land owners in an area known as La Manzanilla, located on beautiful Tenacatita Bay, between Puerto Vallarta and Manzanillo on the west coast of Mexico. Many owners purchased property from farmers that had... Read more...
Todos Santos is located on the Pacific Coast of Baja California Sur, and the name means the city of “All Saints” Todos Santos is an eclectic little town situated on the Pacific Coast of The Baja Peninsula very close to the southern tip. Located about halfway from La Paz to Cabo San Lucas on Hwy 19, this delightful spot is another one of... Read more...
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 Pet Peeves of mine while traveling by Air. I understand if you don't travel much by air that you would not know better. I'm amazed at how I see those that are obviously frequent flyers still hold up Transportation Security Administration (TSA) inspection lines by not being ready. What this little rant is about is how to be prepared... Read more...

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