San Javier Mission

San Javier Mission

We drove to the San Javier Mission, which is officially called Misión San Francisco Javier de Viggé-Biaundó is the second oldest mission and construction of this beautiful stone church building began in 1744 and took 14 years to complete. We were told that this small...
Coronado Island and San Basilio

Coronado Island and San Basilio

I have a deep love for Baja Sur, it has captivated me and stirred something deep in my soul.  If I did not have more “adventuring” to do in my life, this is where I would want to live.  Today was amazing as we got to experience Baja Sur from the ocean, aboard our...
Loreto

Loreto

We had a layback drive from Mulege to Loreto and took a little under 2 hours.  Loreto is a charming town, with a combination of old-world charm and architecture and modern hotels and restaurants.  Although there are a large number of expats, it does not feel like a...
On the Road Again….Back to Baja Sur

On the Road Again….Back to Baja Sur

Campo life can get tiring, I feel like we have been camping since we arrived almost a year ago.  We decided to take a road trip and explore Loreto for a few weeks. We knew we could make the drive to Loreto in one long day, but we decided to break the drive up a bit...
Sea Caves, Sand Dunes and Shipwrecks

Sea Caves, Sand Dunes and Shipwrecks

Yesterday, we headed north for another Baja adventure.  We were in search of sea caves, but unfortunately the beach was closed off and we couldn’t reach them because of a huge dredging/construction project. Luckily that trip wasn’t a total waste as we got to see...
Sierra de San Pedro Mártir

Sierra de San Pedro Mártir

When researching Baja, we heard that in some places it would snow.  This blew my mind as when I envisioned Baja I thought of warm desert, and snow was the last thing I would associate with Baja.  This obviously intrigued me and I had to find out more.  Sierra de San...