Saturday December 07 2019

 September 16th, “El Grito”, the Shout or Cry for Independence, is one of the most celebrated national holidays in Mexico. This year, 2019 celebrates the 209th anniversary of the Mexican Indedence on the night of September 15, that Father Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla began the first Mexican revolution that was to eventually free the country... Read more...
PROFEPA, stands for, Procuraduría Federal de Protección al Ambiente and is Mexico’s Federal Agency of Environmental Protection. PROFEPA is an administrative office which has no relationship with the (SEMARNAT) Secretaría de Medio Ambiente y Recursos Naturales / Department of Environment and Natural Resources and it has its own technical and... Read more...
The guidelines for the operation of an escrow company in Mexico are found in Articles 273 to 308 of the Mexican Commercial Code and Article 2569, Chapter II of the Civil Code for the Federal District. These rules provide for strict accounting of funds, strict compliance with buyer-seller instructions and full responsibility by the parties handling... Read more...
Expat living in Baja and Mexico More and more people are asking about relocating to Mexico these days. To live as an expat in Mexico can be very rewarding and here is an article to help you see if Baja or Mainland Mexico is for you. Whenever I travel to the U.S. or Canada and tell people I live in Baja California Sur, Mexico I have people... Read more...
More and more people are asking about relocating to Mexico these days. To live as an expat in Mexico can be very rewarding and here is an article to help you see if Baja or Mainland Mexico is for you.Whenever I travel to the U.S. or Canada and tell people I live in Baja California Sur, Mexico I have people ask me why, where and how do I live as an... Read more...
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It’s only fitting that when you visit the Sea of Cortez—the body of water that Jacques Cousteau dubbed the aquarium of the world—that you travel by water. There is just so very much to see over a week at sea. I traveled aboard the Safari Endeavour on the 8-day Baja’s Bounty itinerary last month, and below I’ll review a few highlights from my... Read more...
Once upon a time, long, long before the first footprint appeared on a beach on the Baja California peninsula, in fact, long before there was a beach upon which a footprint could appear, a cataclysm shook the part of the globe where we now live. Water levels rose and fell, mountains crunched skyward and subsided, water flooded and ebbed, and at the... Read more...
Ready again for another Baja adventure my brother Brian and I and our friend Rick loaded up the truck with sea kayaks, cameras, camping and SCUBA gear and headed south. Our destination was Bahía de los Ángeles (Bahía) and its many islands, abundant wildlife, and miles of pristine coastline – the perfect place in Baja for birding, sea kayaking,... Read more...
While Mexico is well known for its Tequilla there is a region of Baja California (Norte) now becoming known for its vineyards and consequently great wines. The increasingly famous Wine Route or Ruta del Vino as it is known is located in the Valle del Guadalupe on highway 3, between the cities of Tecate and Ensenada in Baja California and has... Read more...

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