moving to baja

The 10 Best Places to Retire in Mexico

  The 10 Best Places to Retire in Mexico January 15, 2014 Below is an unbiased look at the best places in Mexico to retire – with real pros and cons – to help you make an informed decision as to which best meets your needs, interests and ambitions. So writes “Johnny Punish” (www.JohnnyPunish.com) in edited excerpts from his article written originally as an exclusive for www.munKNEE.com (Your Key to Making Money!) and under the title The Top 10 Places…

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Experience the winery, dining and beauty of Baja California, Mexico

  Experience the winery, dining and beauty of Baja California, Mexico Jan 12, 2014 By Fernanda Beccaglia    Approximately only 10 percent of Baja California’s wine gets exported, meaning you will need to make a trip to the area, specifically Valley of Guadalupe, to sample it for yourself–personally, I don’t mind. Some of the popular varieties you will find include Chenin Blanc, Colombard, Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Tempranillo, Zinfandel, Malbec and Barbera. If you are planning a trip any time…

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Looking to rent a car in California to drive to Mexico

Looking to rent a car in California to drive to Mexico You must have so many  questions, hopefully the following will help answer all your questions. Is Mexico safe and should I be worried? When talking about Mexico, many people do not understand that there is Mainland Mexico and Baja Mexico. Mainland Mexico has many wonderful areas, but has had its share of bad publicity for shootings and drug cartel action, most of which takes place in Juarez, Mexico. How…

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ROSARITO AND ENSENADA ADVENTURES

About 20 miles from the border, Rosarito has graduated from its “spring-break, party-hearty” atmosphere. Instead, the town has become more appealing to visiting families and couples on romantic getaways, who while away the days on the wide, sandy beaches, shop in the craft markets and stroll along the quarter-mile-long sportfishing pier in front of the Rosarito Beach Hotel.

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Mexico Tops List of Favorite Boomer Top 5 Vacation Spots

Mexico came in as the top spot, as it earned more than 1,100 votes from the surveyed boomers. Its popularity among the older population should not come as much of a surprise, according to The Huffington Post.

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Making Surfing History in San Miguel (Northern Baja) Compiled By: Miguel Sedano.

  A massive swell rocks the 2nd annual Walter Coloca Jr. Memorial Surf Contest and La Nueva Ola surf conference that took place in Ensenada last weekend. “My brother Travis and I were competing in the Vans Pier Classic and lost out on Friday, March 30th,” said Mexican-American ripper Dylan Southworth, who lives in Sayulita, north of Puerto Vallarta. “We saw the swell was on the rise and figured we would head down to Ensenada.” Dylan and Travis were part…

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Canadians Visiting and Living in Mexico Feel Secure; Invite Foreigners to “See For Yourself” Compiled By: Miguel Sedano

Mexico, like all countries, has isolated and unfortunate instances of tourists facing incidents while vacationing and we take every incident seriously. But these isolated incidents have not stopped the more than 22.67 million tourists to come to Mexico last year – out of which 1.6 million happen to be Canadian. And neither have stopped the thousands of Canadians who live and/or work in Mexico and are still enjoying the vibrant economy, modern infrastructure and cultural attractions that the country has…

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San Ysidro “The world’s busiest border crossing” is going to get a bit narrower By: Miguel Sedano

Crossing through the San Ysidro Port of Entry from Mexico is a slog during the best of times for more than 17 million vehicles a year, but the trip promises to become even more challenging, starting Monday June 20th 2011 as a number of lanes are taken out of action for 30 hours at a time into July. The first set of closures — four lanes on the east side of the port of entry — begin Monday at 8…

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This is why you buy Ensenada Real Estate

  As the sun rises in Baja, I am anxious to get out and meander along the beautiful walking paths around this beautiful Ensenada ocean front resort. The fresh ocean air blows gently this morning and I feel like heading out from my house to watch all of the sea birds soar just above the waves looking for breakfast. There are gentle one to two foot waves lapping at the shore. As I walk along the cobblestone path, I remind…

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Ocean Front Condo for less than 300K? By: Miguel Sedano

Palacio del Mar 2020 sq ft Unit. Paradise Found… this is Palacio Del Mar which has unspoiled coastlines and awe-inspiring sunsets. Luxury oceanfront resort offers 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms unit (2020 sq/ft) with designer decor and state-of-the-art amenities. The finest of amenities including: Indoor Pools, Jacuzzi, Fitness Center, Private Movie Theater, Private Shuttle Service, Play Room, Library, Tennis courts, and fine details such as granite counter tops and designer furnishings. If you are thinking in moving to Mexico, don’t think…

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