When PGA golfers arrived south of Cancun last February the found something they’d not expected…great golf courses. In just under a decade the Riviera Maya has been transformed from a jungle of fishing villages and taquerias to upscale resorts, nice homes and top-of-the-line golf resorts. Said PGA golfer Billy Andrade, “This is very, very nice…. Read more »
Recently, I had the opportunity to talk with Alan Kohl of MotorMexico.com about the Baja 1000. Alan has been attending the Baja 1000 for 28 of the 42 years it’s been running! During that time he has traveled great distances to attend, for example, he’s come from Chile, Puerto Rico and Mexico City. One of… Read more »
Given the enormity of the country, there is a great variety of rock climbing in Mexico. Within mountainous, desert, rainforest and wooded ecosystems are granite, sandstone, basalt, quartzite and limestone rock formations offering bouldering, sport climbing, traditional climbing and big wall routes. El Potrero Chico is one of the most popular climbing areas in Mexico,… Read more »
This article is a continuation of an article posted last week on retirement in Mexico. This week we talk about great retirement options near the U.S. border. Rocky Point Rocky Point (also known as Puerto Peñasco) has become very popular as a travel destination and for retirement. It’s close proximity to the U.S. border and… Read more »
The Baja 1000 race from Ensenada to La Paz takes place this fall, November 19-22, 2009. Click here for more information on how to join the fun and excitement. Keep checking back for more information on the race. For more information on the history of the race, visit the Baja 1000 Wikipedia article.