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NORRA Mexican 1000 Off Road Race

Date: 4/29/2014

Plenty of non-race fans have heard of the other off-road race that roars down the Baja peninsula once a year, the prestigious Baja 1000. Along with the Dakar Rally, it is the most recognized off-road competition in the world. But unless you’re an ardent follower of four-wheel desert racing, you might...

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How to Celebrate Mom on Mother's Day in Cabo

Date: 4/26/2014

Looking for something special to do on Mother’s Day? You’re in luck – Cabo is Mexico’s playground. The only difficulty will be in choosing what not to do! Fortunately, you’ll have two days to take full advantage: Mexico’s Mothers Day falls on Saturday, May 10th, while the U.S. celebrates the following...

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Fantastic Food and Wonderful Wine

Date: 4/22/2014

There’s been a lot of talk of Baja’s food and wine scene of late, not the least of which has come from The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and NPR. Organic farms are on the rise, and Baja wineries have been experiencing a boom over the last ten years,...

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5th Annual Cabo Marine Show: Bigger and Better

Date: 4/19/2014

The fifth annual Cabo Marine Show will be held at the L-Dock on the Cabo San Lucas marina from May 15th through 17th. Cabo is already established as one of the top sportfishing destinations in the world, and anyone who has ever taken a stroll along the Cabo marina in winter...

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Children's Day in Cabo

Date: 4/17/2014

Ask any school age Mexican child and he will tell you that Día del Niño (Children’s Day) is April 30th. Though it isn’t a holiday per se, the date is recognized throughout the country as a day of celebration for all the nation’s children. Though a foreign concept to most American...

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Rare Oarfish Caught on Video Leads to Rumors of Imminent Earthquake

Date: 4/13/2014

There is an astonishing video spreading around the internet that has caused quite a stir in the past few days. Oarfish have been sighted in the Sea of Cortez, and some believe that the sighting of this strange creature is a sign of an imminent...

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Sportfishing In Los Cabos

Date: 4/11/2014

There are many places on our lovely planet where a person can go to “wet a line.” That’s fisherman speak meaning to go out in search of some fish to tangle with. The Kona Coast of Hawaii, for example, is known for big black marlin catches. The Florida Keys and islands...

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What's It Like in Cabo during Easter?

Date: 4/7/2014

Semana Santa is an excellent time to travel to Los Cabos. Mexicans love holy days and with a 70% catholic population, they expect these days with happiness. Locals stop their normal life of work. Housewives and students are happy that school is off. Semana Santa this year will be from April...

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Tsunami warning issued

Date: 4/2/2014

The Tsunami warning was quickly cancelled for most areas by the next morning. Officials advised caution when approaching the beach. Though 6 to 7 foot tsunami waves were recorded near the site of the earthquake in Chile, there were no tsunami effects in Los...

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