Through the Mexican Association of Realtors, AMPI a National Association, AMPI San Felipe Realtors have made changes in the way they do business in San Felipe. Uria Amor, President of AMPI SF says, “For the last 3 years our association has assure clients a high standard of professionalism. All our 14 members have signed and agreed to the same code of ethics. This allows us to work well together each knowing that the properties listed have titles and disclosures representing the properties states. Working in a transparent way we share our property listings giving sellers all 14 Real Estate agents all out there finding a buyer for their property”. Read the rest of this entry →
Bahia de Los Angeles, a coastal bay on the Sea of Cortez lies at the coordinates 28.9500*N and 113.5500*W. It is known as one of the most beautiful bays in Baja. The town, roughly 350 miles from the US border, is located at the east end of Highway 12 and is 41 miles (68km) from the Bahia de Los Angeles Junction off Highway 1. The postal code is 2980.
The first European to discover Bahia de Los Angeles was Francisco De Ulloa in 1539. The area was not explored again until 1746 when Jesuit missionary Fernando Cosaj attempted to answer the disputed question of whether or not Baja was an island. Cosaj is responsible for giving the bay its name.
Mariscos La Morena offers clients an extraordinary menu of delicious sea food from the Sea of Cortez. From ceviche made with fish or the tasty local shrimp to a whole fried fish and including traditional Mexican cuisine, the flavors and healthy portions will bring you back for more. A full bar is available to complete your dining experience
People travel from beyond El Dorado ranch to the north and many miles south to enjoy a delightful meal outdoors on a covered deck on the Malecon to see the Sea of Cortez from of their table. Under the unusual Read the rest of this entry →
Fat Trimmings – High-fat foods are not only unhealthy for you, they’re bad for your pets too. Fat trimmings are a common table scrap that pets might be given, but they can lead to very serious conditions such as pancreatitis.
Sage – Sage is another common Thanksgiving herb, but it contains essential oils that might actually cause some stomach upset for your pooch. It can also cause central nervous system depression. Better to steer clear than take any chances.
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Lillyana’s Salon offers hair and nail services to men, women and youngsters. Operated by KC since 2004 clients come in for expert manicures and pedicures, cuts and colors. Acrylic nail repairs and artistic applications are just the thing to make you feel good. They also do permanent cosmetic makeup for eyebrows & eyeliner, & waxing is available. Call 686-577-6253 for an appointment.
Baja Ink Tattoo is operated by Michael Jordan, since 2005. He operates a clean and safe tattoo parlor. All material is disposable. You can choose from thousands of available images or he can create your own custom drawing. Stop by, or call 686-189-0502 for an appointment or consultation. Read the rest of this entry →
November 27, 2013 in Baja Living, BC - Bahia de Los Angeles, BC - Cataviña, BC - Ensenada, BC - Mexicali, BC - Rosarito Beach, BC - San Felipe, BC - San Quintin, BC - Tecate, BC - Tijuana, BCS - La Paz, BCS - Loreto, BCS - Los Barriles, BCS - Los Cabos, BCS - Mulege, BCS - Todo Santos, Club Notices
May the good things of life be yours in abundance
not only at Thanksgiving but throughout the coming year
May you enjoy a bountiful Thanksgiving, a joyous Holiday Season
and healthful, Happy New Year! Read the rest of this entry →
The Summer Januaries are a musical duo comprised of guitarist/vocalist Sean Michael Robinson, and fiddler/vocalist Rachel Erin Sage. They formed in the summer of 2011, playing traditional American and Irish fiddle tunes and began injecting these fiddle tunes into densely harmonized arrangements that soon defined their sound.
Guitarist and songwriter Sean Michael Robinson has recorded and released five full-length albums, and also composed and directed Read the rest of this entry →
The annual Baja Good Life Club member’s breakfast was a pleasant gathering of old and new friends. Although only about 20% of the membership were present, the approximately 100 members in attendance enjoyed the event.
Although the recent rains had caused some power outages, the staff was able to sting some extension cords together to bring power to the cooking area. Unfortunately, the problems persisted all morning with outages about ever 10 minutes, which caused the coffee to come a little slow. However, on the positive side, they were still able to get breakfast completed within 10 minutes of the original schedule, and it had no negative effect on making Bloody Marys. Read the rest of this entry →
The San Felipe Baja Good Life Club wants to increase the fun, food and friendship and we can’t do it without the help from YOU our members. We have several new positions that need to be filled. If you would like to earn a few bucks, have a great time, and meet lots of terrific people, then please consider one of the following positions. Read the rest of this entry →
Rice and Beans is a sea food and traditional Mexican restaurant on the northern end of the San Felipe Malecon. Owned and operated for 14 years by the Romo family. Rice and Beans Restaurant offers a large menu includes local and regional fish and shrimp prepared in creative and tasty ways and classic Mexican food. Shrimp or fish with garlic is a house specialty. A full bar enhances the experience. Rice and Beans has an outside deck facing the Sea of Cortez. Inside are 3 spacious rooms for dining. Read the rest of this entry →