Welcome to the June edition of the Baja Bound Bulletin! In this edition, Martina chats with Baja adventurer Graham Mackintosh; Greg Niemann recounts a Rosarito horseback experience; Jay Gittens checks out the sea lion rescue group in La Paz; David Kier explores San Bruno ruins and Misty Tosh visits Acre near Los Cabos. Wherever you go south of the border, remember to visit BajaBound.com for the easiest way to get Mexican auto insurance!
Travels With Graham Mackintosh By Martina "Baja is stunningly beautiful, challenging and never dull. It has opened my eyes to so much," said author Graham Mackintosh as he pondered the...Read more
Horseback In Rosarito By Greg Niemann Vince and I scrambled up the rocky bluff from the beach. At the crest, we looked back to catch the early morning sun bouncing off the ocean...Read more
Saving The Sea Lions By Jay Gittens The California sea lion (Zalophus californianus) is one of six species of sea lion from the family Otariidae (eared seals). They range from south-east...Read more
San Bruno Ruins By David Kier San Bruno was the site of a fort and colony established by Admiral Isidoro de Atondo y Antillón and Padre Eusebio Francisco Kino. They are...
Acre By Misty Tosh Sometimes, the road can get a little trying and one just needs one pit stop to fulfill all of their desires. Food, drink, pool, farm, bed. With those...