Monthly Archives: July 2014

Museo de la Vid y el Vino

Wine Museum museo de la vid y el vino valle de guadalupe valley

If you’re spending the day in the Valle de Guadalupe, Guadalupe Valley, and want to learn more about the valley and the wine making process (or you’re looking for a non-drinking activity between visiting all of the wineries), don’t miss the new wine museum, el Museo de la Vid y el Vino. Tickets are $50… Read more »

Buen Provecho: El Gaucho Argentino

El Gaucho Argentino Rosarito Baja

By Jennifer Kramer www.bajatheothercalifornia.com It’s true that there’s no shortage of authentic street food in Rosarito. You could feast for weeks off of the tacos, carnitas and mariscos. But when you need a break from Mexican food and you’re looking for a delicious meal with a different kind of latin flavor, it’s time to try… Read more »

Baja Charity Corner: Thousand Smiles Foundation

Thousand Smiles Foundation

Thousand Smiles: Improving Lives, One Smiles at a Time By Hugh Kramer   Along with the happy memories one returns home with after an adventurous trip to Baja are often some sad ones. Among them perhaps are images of families scavenging for food to get through another day or cribs full of abandoned babies from… Read more »

Rancho Cortés

rancho cortes valle de guadalupe baja

By Jennifer Kramer www.bajatheothercalifornia.com While people are flocking to Baja’s Valle de Guadalupe for the burgeoning wine and foodie scene these days, one of the best and lesser-known spots in the valley isn’t one of the fancy wineries or acclaimed restaurants, but a humble farm. Rancho Cortes flies under the radar because of it’s unpolished… Read more »

Meling Ranch Now Offering Multi-Day Horseback Trail Ride Adventures

meling ranch rancho meling san pedro mártir

Starting July 2014, Meling Ranch is introducing a new, monthly, high desert saddle back trail ride adventure. Adventures will be scheduled each month starting in July, 2014.  The entire ride will be made through the high desert country along the base of the Sierra Pedro San Mártir, some of the highest mountains in Baja Mexico. The trail… Read more »

Buen Provecho: Food Garden

Food Garden Tijuana TJ Baja Mexico

By Jennifer Kramer www.bajatheothercalifornia.com Nestled into the bustling Zona Rio neighborhood in Tijuana is a delightful space where artisan street food comes together with a casual but refined atmosphere. Food Garden, an urban street food garden complete with artisan food stalls and a seating area in the middle, is the first establishment of its type… Read more »

Q&A with Baja Joe

Baja Joe Greg Reddick

  You’ve probably heard Greg Reddick, aka “Baja Joe,” on the radio promoting Baja and his website, www.bajasbacknow.com. Watch for him on an upcoming episode of PBS’s “Crossing South” with Jorge Meraz!   When was your first trip to Baja? Where did you go?  My first trip to Baja (at least without parents!) was in 1973. I… Read more »