Monthly Archives: January 2016

Gray Whale Watching in Baja

Gray Whale Watching Baja

Updated January 2022 PLEASE NOTE THAT DUE TO COVID, WHALE WATCHING IN 2022 WILL DEPEND ON VARIOUS LOCAL AND STATE MANDATES, WHICH ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AT ANY TIME. WHALE WATCHING COMPANIES ARE TAKING COVID PRECAUTIONS SO PLEASE INQUIRE WITH THE COMPANIES DIRECTLY BEFORE BOOKING AND VISITING TO LEARN OF CURRENT RESTRICTIONS AND PROTOCOL. One… Read more »

The Food Colectivos of Northern Baja

foodgarden tijuana

By Jennifer Kramer The food truck phenomenon has been sweeping the U.S. for some time, and northern Baja California was quick to catch on and then take the movement one step further. Colectivos (collectives) are groups of small food stands or food trucks gathered together, allowing customers to try a selection of food from multiple independent eateries… Read more »

Sailing the Baja Ha-Ha

Baja Ha-Ha

By Jeff Stansfield Mid October 2015, fellow Ventura Yacht Club member Scott Nordeng and I left on the sailboat Joy for a journey south. With Scott’s insistence we were off to participate in the Baja Ha-Ha. I had planned to head south to Mexico on Joy with my son, Mason, after he graduated from CU… Read more »

January Baja Fishing Report

Baja Fishing Report PHOTO1

As this fledgling New Year begins in Baja, “Have a cool one!” has nothing to do with drinking. A check with a couple of locals at Baja’s tip confirmed temperatures are in the low 50s and “Mexico News Daily” reports “The snow has been flying in the sierra of Sonora and Baja California, delivering a… Read more »