Welcome to the August edition of the Baja Bound Bulletin. This month, David Kier tells the history of Las Arrastras near Gonzaga Bay; Martina checks out the recently restored Don Eddie's Landing; Misty shares some lighter eats on the peninsula; Greg Niemann explores the past and present offerings at La Fonda and Kyle Hargrave visits Pikin zipline adventure park in Rosarito. Wherever you go south of the border, remember to visit BajaBound.com for the easiest way to get Mexican auto insurance!
Las Arrastras de Arriola By David Kier Las Arrastras de Arriola is another Baja California historic site that could soon vanish under the construction of Highway 5. This is how Howard...Read more
A New Look for Don Eddie's Landing By Martina Just a few hours from San Diego you can find the best fishing, long range tuna trips, RV parking and casitas with a restaurant just steps away. The...Read more
Going Shrimp, Fish and Grain in the Desert By Misty Tosh There comes a time in everyone's travels where the eating marathons must end - where the portions have...Read more
La Fonda on the Bluff By Greg Niemann I heard through the Baja grapevine that Orest “Joe” Dmytriw (Who answers to either “Joe” or “Dimitri”) had reopened the original La Fonda...
Baja Zipline Fun - Pikin Parque By Kyle Hargrave In an attempt to calm my rattling nerves, I fill my lungs with the fresh summer ocean breeze. The view of the Pacific from the perch is breathtaking...