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October 2010 - Posts

14 Tips for Moving Internationally Without Falling in the Ocean

By Phyllis & Colle Davis / Oct 10 • Categorized as Living Overseas • A Checklist Worth Checking If you’re unhappy with the Bulls, the Bears and the Cubs, you have options and one of them is leaving the upper Midwest and heading to

Thousands dance for three minutes to celebrate Tijuana

Mass demonstration caps two weeks of events showcasing region’s potential By Sandra Dibble Thursday, October 21, 2010 at 11:03 p.m. K.C. Alfred Thousands of people dance outside Tijuana’s Cultural Center on Thursday in a performance called

Single Story For Sale in Playa Blanca

Best Location! • 1,300 sq. ft., 2 bath, 2 bdrm single story - $119,000 USD - Best price! Playa Blanca, Tijuana - Located in one of the most secure developments in Baja, this 2 bedroom, 2 ba, spacious condominium is located only 30 minutes from the
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Baja business groups launch medical tourism campaigns

By Janet Lavelle Monday, October 18, 2010 at 6:23 p.m. Darrell Gellner of Saskatchewan, Canada, is wheeled into Hospital Angeles in Tijuana by brother-in-law Maurice Kovatch and greeted by hospital administrator Carlos Zavala on Monday. The hospital caters

Single Story For Sale in Las Olas Grand

OWNER WILL ACCEPT INNOVATIVE OFFERS! • 1,630 sq. ft., 2 bath, 2 bdrm single story - $442,000 USD - Owner will carry paper! Las Olas Grand, Las Olas - OCEAN FRONT CONDO WITH $26,000 FURNITURE PACKAGE INCLUDED Owner will carry paper! Turn key ready!
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An Artist's View of Rosarito Beach, Baja, Mexico

David Messick, Resident Artist and Renaissance Man in Rosarito Beach, Baja, Mexico Phyllis Davis The paintings in the photo above are all titled 'The Beach' and numbered. These four are The Beach XXI, XXII, XXIII, & XXVI. They are all oil

Do You Want to Be the First Rat, or the Last Rat, Off the Ship?

The Ship of State (pick any State) is sinking fast. People are simply walking away from their homes, commercial real estate properties, businesses, neighborhoods and their old lives. Even immigrants who moved to the US for education and business opportunities

Rosarito's Puerto Nuevo Celebrates 18th Lobster Festival on October 17

ROSARITO BEACH, BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO---It all started with a tiny fishing village beside a road sign advertising Newport cigarettes --- hence the name Puerto Nuevo (New Port). Now the village about 12 miles south of downtown Rosarito on the Free Road

Rosarito Mariachi Divas' Festival Attracts 1,500 And Is On Track To Become An Annual Event !

ROSARITO BEACH, BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO ---The Oct. 2 seaside concert by the Grammy-winning Mariachi Divas attracted 800 people with 700 more attending weekend competitions between music and dance groups from the U.S. and Mexico. As well as being what

Las Olas Grand Development In Rosarito Mexico

Located about 2 miles south of Rosarito Beach Mexico , the Las Olas Grand development is far above most of the developments in this region. The location is unbeatable because it is just out of the center of the city but close enough to make a quick trip

Tourism to Mexico jumps nearly 20%

More international travelers are visiting beach resort towns that have not experienced much of the country's drug-related violence, officials say. By Hugo Martín, Los Angeles Times October 8, 2010 In a surprising turnabout, international tourism

Single Story For Sale in Bajamar

Ask for terms! • 4 bath, 4 bdrm single story - $325,000 USD - Owner very motivated! Bajamar, Ensenada - Great financing! Owner will carry at 5% with $50,000 USD down. Located in the guard gated, ocean community of Bajamar, this beautifully landscaped
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Single Story For Sale in Costa Bella

• 1,800 sq. ft., 2 bath, 2 bdrm single story - $159,999 USD Costa Bella, Playas de Rosarito - Great investment! Large 1,800 sq. ft. mini-penthouse offers some of the best ocean views of the pacific. Watch the dolphins every morning all year long
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