Monthly Archives: July 2022

Tamales, Get Them While They’re Hot!

The Origin of Mexico’s Portable Meal Dates Back Thousands of Years By Chris Mejia For many, tamales conjure fond memories of family cooking parties and winter holiday get-togethers. If you’re Mexican, or Mexican American, chances are that your Mexican abuela (grandmother) passed down her secret family recipe for handmade tamales through the age-old tradition of… Read more »

Culinary Corner July 2022

Tickets on Sale for Muestra del Vino Tickets are now on sale for the Muestra del Vino, one of the major events of Valle de Guadalupe’s Fiestas de la Vendimia wine harvest festival. The event will take place on Friday, August 5th starting at 7pm at the Riviera Culural Center in Ensenada. The event features… Read more »

July 2022 Baja Bulletin

COVID and Border Update With COVID cases growing along the peninsula, many municipalities have reinstated COVID protocol and are requiring masks and limiting capacity. Please be sure to call ahead to make reservations at all businesses and to inquire about current restrictions. Non U.S. citizens who are fully vaccinated for COVID-19 and have appropriate documentation… Read more »

July 2022 Baja Fishing Report

“You Can’t Go Awry in July!”   As usual, the Baja sports fishing is heating up nicely; bluefin remain among us both above and below the border. Conditions offshore are reported to be ideal for not only tuna but a few dorado and billfish are whispered about in the reports. In addition to striped marlin, someone… Read more »

Summer Baja Bucket List

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Many Baja travelers forego traveling the peninsula during the summer in favor of cooler seasons, but there are lots of reasons to head south of the border this summer. Check out our top ten things to do in Baja this summer! 1. Join a Fishing Tournament Summer is undoubtedly the best season for fishing in… Read more »