Beautiful Cabo San Lucas, Mexico and Problems with the Police

Beautiful Cabo San Lucas, Mexico and Problems with the Police

This article may contain affiliate links. If you make a purchase through these links, I will earn a commission at no extra cost to you. Thanks!After our incredible day of snorkeling off the coast of Loreto we pushed on to La Paz, a few more hours to the south, so we could also do a little bit of reconnaissance about …

Snorkeling off the Coast of Loreto in Mexico's Baja California

Snorkeling off the Coast of Loreto in Mexico’s Baja California

After leaving San Ignacio you quickly return back to the coast for one of the most spectacular portions of the entire drive on the Baja Peninsula as you head toward Loreto, Mexico… The road is smack dab on the waterfront and winding around the rugged coastline. There are towering cactuses sitting right next to the sea—quite an impressive sight—and vultures …

Driving Mexico's Baja Peninsula from San Quintin to San Ignacio

Driving Mexico’s Baja Peninsula from San Quintin to San Ignacio

Following our three week house sit in the San Pedro Martir mountains, we set out once again heading south down the Baja Peninsula, more than 1,000 miles of awesome, winding roads. San Quintin Our first day on the road was just a quick jaunt down the road due to a late start, just south of San Quintin to camp on …

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House Sitting in Mexico, Well Off the Grid in Baja California

If you’ve been following our adventures recently, you know that we just wrapped up a couple month tour of the American Southwest in my pickup truck camping setup. We visited a ton of National Parks, went to the Overland Expo, had fun in Vegas and LA, and recently just drove down into Baja California to take on an amazing house …

Welcome to Baja California, Mexico - First Nights on the Road

Welcome to Baja California, Mexico – First Nights on the Road

The Baja Peninsula is the 775 mile long tail that extends out below the State of California and is separated from Mainland Mexico by the Colorado River and the Gulf of California. It is generally considered to be a backwater of Mexico by the Mainlanders. A dusty, undeveloped, and isolated part of the country. It is popular among the gringo …

Driving in Mexico: Tijuana Border Crossing and Mexican Auto Insurance

Driving in Mexico: Tijuana Border Crossing and Mexican Auto Insurance

After two months of exploring the American West with Andrea and showing her the beauty of America’s National Parks from Mount Rainier, to the Grand Canyon, to Yosemite Valley, we decided to take a turn south for Mexico. First stop: driving to Tijuana! Andrea’s tourist visa for the USA was coming up upon its sixth month limit for the year …