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I THOUGHT I KNEW MARIACHI...BUT I HAD NO IDEA IT WAS SO AMAZING

Take a look at what a few amazing people are doing to get Mariachi in the schools of Mexico as well as in the mind of young very talented musicians. So you do you think you know Mariachi? Well I thought I did and I have to say that I saw a side of Mariachi

Tijuana Dental Clinics Promote Healthy Smiles on a Vacation

By: Yasir Khan Source: www.sbwire.com American consumers who patronize Tijuana dental clinics usually enjoy a short vacation while they’re in Mexico for dental implants and other services. Many of the most popular clinics provide hotel room booking

Go South for Sun, Surf, and Surgery

By: Stephanie Thompson Source: www.sandiegomagazine.com Baja California is booming, with tourists flocking south of the border for lobster tacos, secret surf spots, Napa-quality wines... and surgery. Yes, surgery. After a drop in 2008 and 2009, attributable

Tourism officials in Mexico confident that travel growth will continue through 2018

By: Edward Leeron Source: www.netglobers.com Mexico's tourism industry is confident that travel to Mexico from nations such as France and the United States will continue to grow each year, even if only by a small percentage, Gloria Guevara, the nation's

Hope in Mexico

By: Kevin Caufield Source: www.newstrib.com In his youth, Peru resident Don Arter could stand on the mound and smoke 90 to 95 mph fastballs past batters. He played basketball on a college scholarship, and was even offered a contract by the St. Louis Cardinals.

Justin Timberlake's Bachelor Party Moves to Mexico

By: Gossip Cop Source: www.opposingviews.com Justin Timberlake’s bachelor party celebration has gone international. The singer-actor, who threw a bash with large group of male friends at Surrender nightclub in Las Vegas on Thursday, ustin Timberlake’s

Border Week: Rosarito-Ensenada Bike Ride

By: Sandra Dibble Source: www.utsandiego.com The Rosarito-Ensenada bicycle ride, a tradition in Baja California, will start in front of the Rosarito Beach Hotel on Saturday at 10 a.m. The event has been held since 1980 (twice a year since 1987) and has

Eat Your Way Through Mexico City: 7 Un-Skippable Dining Options

By: Matthew Bell Source: www.newnownext.com When I travel, there’s something I usually forget—my hotel room number, what language I’m supposed to speak, an address, an umbrella, an extra layer, a boyfriend…uh…. But in Mexico

Blaming health care act for job losses seems a bit much

By: Reader's Page Source: blog.sandiego.com The Welch Allyn CEO 's announcement that it plans to cut jobs, citing a new 2.3 percent federal tax on medical equipment devices, raises some questions about this claim and the further claim this tax

TIJUANA CITY AND SHOPPING TRIP FROM SAN DIEGO

By: SanDiego.com Source: www.sandiego.com Tijuana City and Shopping Trip from San Diego transports you to a different world just across the border. Get ready for a day of affordable fun with your family. For a fun daytime outing that doesn't cost

Valle de Guadalupe: Mexico's Answer to Napa Valley

By: Zack Stone Source: www.cntraveler.com With fear the emotion that still dominates the conversation about the U.S.–Mexico border, many Americans exploring Baja beeline to the beaches of Los Cabos. That's a shame, because one of Baja’s

Villa del Faro: An Eco-Friendly Boutique East Cape Hotel Oasis

By: Dawn Pier Source: www.baja.com Villa del Faro Eco-Hotel in the East Cape is a surprise in so many ways – a lovingly handcrafted private estate turned boutique hotel, hidden on the side of a hill overlooking the Sea of Cortez smack dab in the

Cabo San Lucas Activities: King of the Dinner Cruises

By: Chris Sands Source: www.baja.com Looking for Cabo San Lucas activities? Every resort destination boasts a few must-see sights and seemingly mandatory excursions, trips or tours so closely associated with the area that to skip them is almost unthinkable.

Mexico‚Äôs Independence Day is Celebrated on September 16: ¡Viva México!

By: Michele Joyce Source: www.baja.com Mexico’s Independence Day is celebrated on September 16. It is an official holiday in Mexico, and a big one. The celebrations center around the start of the movement for independence which began on the morning

Torres Alegre: Knowledge and Love Nurture These Wines in the Valle de Guadalupe, Ensenada

By: Baja.com Source: www.baja.com Far off the beaten path, on the road that runs behind Adobe Guadalupe Vineyards and Inn, there is a vineyard (seven hectares of Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Grenache and Nebbiolo) and a very new winery…sort of a modern-day,