Welcome to the February edition of the Baja Bound Bulletin! This month Greg Niemann shares the Baja history of Dick Daggett; Martina visits La Estancia and Hussongs; David Kier recounts the time Chile invaded Baja and Misty discovers Gastroteca Azul in Loreto. Wherever you go south of the border, remember to visit BajaBound.com for the easiest way to get Mexican auto insurance!
Dick Daggett By Greg Niemann Today’s travelers to Bahía de los Ángeles, that idyllic little village on the sparkling Sea of Cortez are usually interested in fishing and relaxing...Read more
La Estancia Restaurant By Martina Baja California is all about adventure and its mysteries. Getting off the beaten path is one sure way to discover parts of Baja that offer just that. La...Read more
Gastroteca Azul By Misty Tosh Drifting into Loreto these days is a study in current day commerce. The streets are being judiciously swept the moment the sun rises. The merchant...Read more
When Chile Invaded Baja By David Kier During the years when most Latin American nations declared their independence from Spain (1810 to 1822), the enemies of Spain...
Hussong's - The Oldest Bar In Baja By Martina In 1889, a Pacific Coast Steamship chugged through the blue diamond water, docking in the beautiful harbor of a small Mexican town south of San...