Happy Thanksgiving and welcome to the November edition of the Baja Bound Bulletin! This month, Greg Niemann tells the history of Mama Espinoza and the Flying Samaritans; Jay Gittens visits "The World's Aquarium"; David Kier makes a case for a lost mission and Martina experiences a Baja horseback retreat. Wherever you go south of the border, remember to visit BajaBound.com for the easiest way to get Mexican auto insurance!
Happy Thanksgiving! Happy Thanksgiving from the Baja Bound team! We wish you safe travels wherever the holiday weekend may take you.
Mama Espinoza and the Flying Samaritans By Greg Niemann Doña Anita (Mama) Espinoza of El Rosario, a legend among Baja travelers, is also credited as founding...Read more
Discovering The World's Aquarium By Jay Gittens Once dubbed the “The World’s Aquarium” by none other than marine explorer and conservationist, Jacques-Yves Cousteau, the Gulf of California, also...Read more
The Case for a Lost Jesuit Mission By David Kier Time for us to examine again an unsolved mystery I first wrote about many years ago. The story begins even earlier: In 1966, an expedition led...
A Baja Retreat on Horseback By Martina The human heart carries a secret desire to go back in time. A time when there was open country, a connection with nature and a simplicity that has...