Monthly Archives: May 2014

Baja Dark Skies Inn

Baja Dark Skies Inn Sierra de San Pedro Mártir

By Carol Kramer  For ages I had wanted to visit Baja Dark Skies in the Sierra de San Pedro Martir. The week after Christmas last year proved to be THE time. Reservations were made and we were on our way. We took the toll road—-12 hours before it collapsed—and continued down Mex 1 to KM… Read more »

DBTC Gourmet Guadalupe Valley Wine Trip

We had another wonderful trip to the Valle de Guadalupe this past weekend. Complete with a trip to the museum, traditional Mexican lunch, wine tasting at the beautiful Las Nubes, more wine tasting at the exclusive Adobe Guadalupe, and a gourmet dinner with more wine at the delicious and wonderful Finca Altozano. Just another day in… Read more »

Buen Provecho: La Guerrerense

La Guerrerense foodcart Ensenada, Baja

By Jennifer Kramer www.bajatheothercalifornia.com It’s been called the most famous street cart in the world. Anthony Bourdain called it Michelin quality. Andrew Zimmern was rendered speechless when he tried the famous seafood. La Guerrerense, an unassuming little seafood street cart in Ensenada, has been featured by the likes of Rick Bayless, NatGeo, Travel+Leisure, the New… Read more »

Update on the Toll Road to Ensenada

Update toll road collapse repair Rosarito to Ensenada Baja

  UPDATE December 17, 2014:  The toll road officially reopened for through traffic on December 16th, 2014. For more information on the opening, see HERE. In December 2013, a portion of the scenic toll road between Rosarito and Ensenada collapsed in a landslide at Salsipuedes. The road fell as much as 100 feet in some… Read more »

Tequila Fun Facts

When it comes to iconic liquors, nothing screams Mexico more than tequila. Whether you love it, hate it, shoot it, make margaritas with it, had a bad experience with it in college, or use it to self-medicate after a long week, there’s no denying it’s distinct flavor and potency. Here are a few fun facts… Read more »