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ENSENADA'S SAVORY SEAFOOD CONNECTION

http://www.sandiegoreader.com/users/photos/2012/jun/18/26397/ I have to admit that finding a good place to enjoy great seafood in Ensenada is about as difficult ...

THE BAJA PANGA: Fishing the Old Fashioned Way!

http://sandiegoreader.com/users/photos/2013/jun/07/47014/ It is sometimes a bit of a surprise to English speaking visitors to Vonny’s Fleet panga camp in Punta ...

Baja’s Big Game

http://sandiegoreader.com/users/photos/2013/mar/11/41548/ An abundance of great angling opportunities exist around the entire Baja peninsula, but a few of them can be ...

The Magical Islands of La Paz

Over the centuries, Baja Sur’s capitol city of La Paz has been a virtual magnet for missionaries, pearl divers, pirates, ...

ARTISINAL SAUSAGE & DELI MEATS SOUTH OF THE BORDER

http://sandiegoreader.com/users/photos/2012/jun/18/26397/ Before I go any further, let me assure you that I truly believe chorizo, when made with the best ...

GRINGO GRABS BAJA GOLD MEDAL

http://sandiegoreader.com/users/photos/2012/sep/09/31169/ Jay Dworsky, an American ex-pat living in the Ensenada, is a fledgling winemaker who’s dense and velvety smooth 2010 ...

Baja’s Tantalizing Taste of Tuscany

http://sandiegoreader.com/users/photos/2012/jun/18/26397/ Baja’s Valle de Guadalupe and San Antonio de las Minas lie only a few miles north of the city ...

A TALE OF TWO LEGENDS

A legendary annual tradition that literally connects two prominent cities in Baja and southern California takes place again on April ...

Great Gringo Food Near Baja Beach

http://sandiegoreader.com/users/photos/2012/apr/13/22809/ Ensenada offers a welcome, virtually year round venue for a sunny Baja getaway for travelers and beachgoers. And, after ...

ISLA CEDROS: AN EXOTIC ISLAND ADVENTURE IN YOUR OWN BACKYARD

How would you like to travel back in time and pay a visit to southern California as it was over ...

DOIN' VINE! The Story of Baja Norte's Valle Guadalupe Wine Country

http://sandiegoreader.com/users/photos/2012/mar/22/21362/ A warmer and sunnier than average winter season in 2012 has been the barer of good news for the ...

TURNABOUT: BAJA’S EXPANDING MIDDLE CLASS

Forbes magazine has just released its annual list of billionaires, and you may be a bit surprised at who ended ...

ANGELS ON YOUR SHOULDER

As summer approaches, one nagging question that seems to bother many stateside motorists planning on driving into Baja California is ...

ENSENADA’S CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ‘MEGA MIXER’ A SMASHING SUCCESS!

During an era when some people wonder if it is still safe to travel in Baja California, it was refreshing ...

MEXICO REMOVES AMBIGUITY REGARDING SPORTFISHING VISA REGULATIONS

Consulate General of Mexico in San Diego Press Release # 06/2012 March 12th, 2012 REQUIREMENTS TO ENTER MEXICO FOR RECREATIONAL ...

GREAT SOUTH OF THE BORDER FLAVOR FROM A GASLAMP FAVORITE

Call it ceviche, seviche, or cebiche. But no matter which of these similar sounding names that you assign to this ...

San Felipe: Their festival is shrimply delicious!

http://sandiegoreader.com/users/photos/2012/aug/27/30311/ Early each November, the residents of San Felipe get a chance to toot their own horn with their now ...

Baja's Bolubaise

SOPA SIETE MARES (Baja’s 7 seas soup) La Cocina Mexicana or ‘the Mexican Kitchen’ sits at the very heart of ...

ENJOY DELICIOUS BAJA LINGCOD WITH A MEDITERRANEAN FLAIR!

Although it is neither a ‘ling’ nor a ‘cod’, the Pacific lingcod is found all the way from the chilly ...

This Summer, Visit the Panga Camps of Baja Norte

The Mexican government has gone to great trouble and expense to insure that the picturesque toll road linking Tijuana with ...

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