Welcome to the October edition of the Baja Bound Bulletin! This month, Jay Gittens explores Espíritu Santo; David Kier recounts the history of Mission Guadalupe; Remy Sternbach has an ultralight experience; Misty has a culinary revelation at El Refugio Mezcalería and Greg Niemann checks out the Loreto Fishing and Golf Tournament. Wherever you go south of the border, remember to visit BajaBound.com for the easiest way to get Mexican auto insurance!
A Visit To Espíritu Santo By Jay D. Gittens Our vessel sets off out of Marina de La Paz in the city centre. The Espíritu Santo Archipelago soon appears as a single mass set on the...Read more
El Triunfo and Mission Guadalupe By David Kier The Jesuits had begun the colonization process in California, a land many considered to be an island. Missions were founded at Loreto...Read more
La Fonda Ultralight Experience By Remy Sternbach In one of my day trips to Baja this August, I brought my friend Mitch down to one of my favorite areas. An hour’s drive from the San Diego...Read more
El Refugio Mezcalería By Misty Tosh There are restaurants and chefs in Baja that are good, in fact, really good. They are there to feed us, keep us happy and really, to simply...
Loreto Fishing and Golf Tourney By Greg Niemann Talk about something new! The flyer from the Villa del Palmar at the Islands of Loreto clearly said “Fishing and Golf Tournament.” Now I'd...