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Thursday, September 29, 2016

2016 Winter Time Change

For Baja California on Nov 6, 2016 - Daylight Saving Time Starts at 2:00:00 AM; turned your backwards an 1 hour...or before you go to bed turned your backwards 1 hour. There will be more light in the morning of Nov 6, 2016 than the day before. Also called Fall Back and Winter Time.

For Baja California Sur on Oct. 30, 2016 - Daylight Saving Time Starts at 2:00:00 AM; turned your backwards 1 hour...or before you go to bed turned your backwards 1 hour. There will be more light in the morning of Oct. 30, 2016 than the day before. Also called Fall Back and Winter Time.

Friday, September 16, 2016

Mexican Independence Day!

Mexican Independence Day - 16 of September

Independence Day is celebrated in Mexico on 16th September. It commemorates the day, on 16th September 1810 in the small town of Dolores, in the province of Guanajuato in Mexico, when a handful of people were summoned by a parish priest to take up arms against the Spanish colonial government - the Viceroyalty of New Spain. Thus began the fight for independence that ended 350 years of Spanish rule. 

To this day, the church bell that was used to call people to revolt hangs in the National Palace in Mexico City and is rung on the eve of 16th September each year by the President of Mexico.

Thursday, September 15, 2016

World Tourism Day!

September 27 is World Tourism Day!
Get out there see and celebrate Tourism in Baja. Baja has a lot to offer and with your Baja Good Life Card you can have fun and SAVE at the same time. Get out and see Baja on Sept 27 or any day and make your day a Baja Good Life Day!

Since 1980, the United Nations World Tourism Organization has celebrated World Tourism Day on September 27. This date was chosen as on that day in 1970, the Statutes of the UNWTO were adopted. The adoption of these Statutes is considered a milestone in global tourism. The purpose of this day is to raise awareness on the role of tourism within the international community and to demonstrate how it affects social, cultural, political and economic values worldwide.

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Vine and Wine Museum

An Adventure into History
By Martina / Baja Bound

Baja Wine Museum
A gleaming state of the art structure in the heart of the sun-drenched Guadalupe Valley is a traveler's dream destination. The beauty of the architecture stands out against the backdrop of granite mountains, fertile soil and lush graceful vines, now showing their fall colors. Just northeast of Ensenada the Vine and Wine Museum was inaugurated August 6, 2012. The museum is a

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Take a trip to La Cava de Marcelo (The Cheese Factory)

San Felipe take a trip with the Baja Good Life Club to experience La Cava de Marcelo (The Cheese Factory). Follow us on Jan. 20, 2017  to taste cheese, wine and enjoy the tour of the Ramonetti family Cheese Factory at The Rancho La Campana in Oso Negro.

Tour Includes: A map to La Cava de Marcelo (The Cheese Factory), tour of the cheese making process, tasting of 6 cheeses, butter, and glass of wine. We will be staying for Lunch ($8 - $25 dlls extra) and you can buy all the cheeses. butter and wine you want.
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Friday, September 9, 2016

The International Mariachi & Folkloric Festival Is Oct. 12-15

The International Mariachi & Folkloric Festival Is Oct. 12-15 at Rosarito Beach Hotel & Resort 7th annual edition will be grander than ever ROSARITO BEACH, BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO---The 7th Annual International Mariachi and Folkloric Festival, one of the largest of its kind in the world, will be held from Oct. 12 to Oct. 15 in the oceanfront gardens of the Rosarito Beach Hotel & Resort. From its inception, the event which attracts thousands of global performers, competitors and audiences also has been one of the primary fundraisers for the Rosarito Boys & Girls Club, which receives all profits.

Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Music Lovers Trip of a Lifetime Down the Baja

The 2017 Baja winter season from January until May is going to be Bluestastic! We are hosting a Baja and Blues Musical Adventure. A caravan of blues musicians and blues music fans will travel down the Baja from Rosarito to Cabo San Lucas. It is a 14 day tour that includes 9 concerts, four 300 year old Spanish Missions, the famous Baja whale watching (last year there were over 2500 whales in the bay - life changing experience), the Tin Church built by French architect Gustave Eiffel, of Eiffel Tower fame, incredible natural landscapes, unbelievable bays and so much more.

Thursday, September 1, 2016

Santiago Zoo

Santiago Zoo 2328.747'N ~ 109 42.748'W

Elevation: 120 mWeather: 31°C, Wind N at 14 km/h, 52% Humidity
Local time: Wednesday 2:27 PM
Population: 752 (2010)
For those traveling Highway 1, it can be easy to pass by the small rural town of Santiago unless you are looking to find it. If you head south on Highway 1 from Los Barriles 15 miles (24km), then veer west (right) just about a half mile (2 km.), you will find yourself rolling right into the town square area of this quaint, if not frozen in time, village.

Snakes of Baja

Baja California rattlesnake
Crotalus enyo enyo)
by Karri Moser

Snakes, like most people, know Baja is a great place to be and they certainly have no reason to leave. With these serpents still roaming the land, they are bound to cross paths with us at certain times. Luckily in most cases, an actual snake bite almost never results in serious harm or death. In fact, in the United States over 45,000 people are bit each year. Only 8,000 of those bites are poisonous and only 9 to 15 of those cause death. Despite the low chance of ever being bit or dying from a bite, the thought does strike fear in the hearts of even the toughest traveler or Baja resident. It is lucky for us humans that the old adagethey are more afraid us than we are of themproves to be true.