Feb 27

A archaeological digging that has been taking place near the port of Ensenada for the last few weeks, has yielded more than 1,000 pieces that are believed to belong to one of the first galleons that crossed the Pacific Ocean between the Philippines and Mexico. Some porcelain plates and other objects, that were manufactured in [...]


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Feb 22

Nachos Agrios (Sour Cream Nachos)
2 1/2 cups refried beans
5-6 ounces tortilla chips (homemade or top quality store-bought)
1 cup swiss cheese, grated
1 cup provolone cheese, grated
1 jalapeno, stemmed, seeded and diced
1/2 cup sour cream
1 tablespoon pimientos, drained and chopped (jarred)
1. Preheat oven to 300 degrees F.
2. Heat refried beans in a pan over [...]


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Posted in category: Mexican Recipes |


Feb 21

Well it is that few weeks out the year, when it actually rains here in Northern Baja, and when it does, it usually comes down hard. And when I say that it comes down hard, it is not always the rain hitting the streets, and if you are unlucky, your car.
As you know, [...]


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Feb 20

TIJUANA – Some things are hard to fix in Tijuana – organized crime, for one. Others can be addressed quickly with cameras and radar.
Tijuana residents are in a huff about a program quietly started late last year that turned certain parts of the city into speed traps. The radar system and cameras target cars [...]


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Feb 18

We are going to post the names and address of as many of the clubs in the major cities in Baja that we can. And as usual, if you have information about something that we have not mentioned, please let us know by posting a comment.
Now these clubs are listed in the category [...]


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Feb 17

Tijuana needs a lot of things to keep business flowing in and around the city. Due to the rapid growth, there is always a need for jobs, and very often more jobs than willing employees. At the same time, there is money comming into the city from tourism, and that helps to balance out what [...]


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Feb 16

Former Otay Mesa border inspector Michael Gilliland was sentenced yesterday to five years in federal prison and a $200,000 fine for allowing hundreds of illegal immigrants to enter the country in exchange for cash.
Gilliland, 44, who was overcome with emotion and barely able to speak, wept as his attorney described his remorse over the crime [...]


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