Monthly Archives: November 2021

Peninsula Picks: 5 Scenic Baja Drives

It’s no secret that the Baja peninsula is a fantastic and beautiful place to explore. Here are a few of our favorites drives for getting off the beaten path and seeing something new. Because when it comes to your travels in Baja, or life in general, it’s all about the journey.     La Rumorosa… Read more »

Tijuana’s Jai Alai Palace

  If you’ve spent any time on Tijuana’s Avenida La Revolución, you’ve probably noticed the giant Moorish-style building that resides between 7th and 8th streets with the giant red neon “JAI ALAI” sign on the front. Rich with history, this building, known locally as “El Palacio,” once housed the lively sport of Jai Alai.  … Read more »

November 2021 Baja Bulletin

baja bulletin

  U.S. Land Borders Reopening November 8  Non U.S. citizens who are fully vaccinated for COVID-19 and have appropriate documentation will be permitted to enter the United States via land ports of entry starting on November 8, 2021. Non-essential travelers who are not U.S. citizens should be prepared to (1) provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination,… Read more »

November 2021 Baja Fishing Report

    October ended with a rash of cranky weather from the border down to Ensenada. However, sea temps remained reasonable, and once the grumpy weather settled down, the catch reports included rockfish, reds, sheepshead, and whitefish. There are still some small yellowtail, bonito in the 4 to 8-pound class, calico bass, and a few… Read more »

Culinary Corner November 2021

    Mexico’s Wild Mushrooms It may surprise you to know that Mexico is home to a wide variety of wild mushrooms. Since the days of the Mexica (Aztecs), mushrooms have been used for a wide variety of medicinal, religious, and culinary purposes. In the Sierra Norte in Oaxaca, there are over 2,500 species of… Read more »