History & Heritage of Mexico and Baja
During the Mex-Amer War the Stars & Stripes flew over Baja & they were promised Statehood.
It was Sebastian Vizcaino who gave La Paz its modern name and peoples inhabited this area 12,000 years ago?
A slightly different explanation for the word “gringo” that I had never heard before.
When do you need to be aware of tropical weather in Baja? What is the biggest storm to make landfall.
Insider author Linda Neil takes a look at one of the most misunderstood local holidays and what it means in Mexico
The sweat lodge is an important part of purification in many native American cultures. The Temazcal is the local version
We have recipe contributions from cookbooks and local chefs with appetizers, main courses desserts and beverages
Just like flags of other countries, the flag of Mexico has special meaning and connection to the Aztec Empire..
The biggest street fair in Baja. If you've never been don't miss this slice of Baja.
Often hailed as the Abe Lincoln of Mexico this popular leader rose from Native American to become president of Mexico
Most of the working world celebrates Labor Day on May 1. See why Mexico sees red.
Commemorates the victory against the French and the beginning of Mexican liberation.
The quest for pearls is one of the things that brought settlers to Baja. The industry is memory.
"The Shout" for freedom took place almost 200 years ago Sept 16, and put in motion results that changed Mexico.
If you don't know why the banks were closed on Nov 20th you might find this article useful.
December 12th is Dia de Guadalupe which is one of the most important celebrations in Mexico