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San José del Cabo-Cabo San Lucas Highway Inaugurated

TBC President Enrique Peña Nieto was in Baja California Sur to inaugurate the new San José del Cabo- Cabo San Lucas highway with Governor Carlos Mendoza Davis. The infrastructure project involves an investment of 2.5 billion pesos, is 38.7 kilometers long and will benefit 238,000...

The Fight Against Dengue and Chikungunya is a Permanent Task

TBC With the objective to control the outbreak against Dengue and Chikungunya virus and mitigate its negative impact on Baja California Sur, the Secretary of Health (SSA) has said that they will continue to commit to strengthening actions that will eliminate the mosquito that transmits...

Making the World a Better Place Through Music

Project Blue – merge music, beauty and community TBC     Not every day do you have the chance to help an old master regain his craft and share his special gift with a community in need of positive, cultural interaction. In this spirit, Project...

So, You Want to Be an Innkeeper… Or at Least Rent Your Home to Vacationers

By Susan Fogel Renting your Mexican home or any home to vacationers is easy money, if you do it right and make your home inviting, keep it sparkling clean, and offer lovely, homey touches. Your little palace in paradise can be rented year-round. But there...

Serena Condominiums, New Concept in a Condominium Development

By Susan Fogel There is a new condominium development opening soon. And it is different from the rest. Unlike other condominium complexes that are often plopped down on a busy street or in an area surrounded by commercial establishments, Serena Condominiums is located inside the...

How To Tip In La Paz

By Diane Gaytan de Loftus When a lot of my friends and family visit La Paz for their first time, they ask me how much to tip in La Paz. Everyone tips differently and is welcome to tip as much as they like but these...

Protect What We Have

By Bajasalty The last hours aboard the RMS Titanic were an interesting window into the human condition, all aboard faced certain disaster but faced it bravely, the band played and people sang, money and possessions were not uppermost in peoples minds, the impending disaster was...

Coming to La Paz? Bring Some Extras With You!

What to Bring TBC With returning residents and new visitors arriving to La Paz daily, we asked Judy Peterson of FANLAP what were some essential items needed by people who were less fortunate. We have been flooded by requests after Hurricane Odile in September by...

Athena Restaurant in La Paz

Athena La Fulana is speechless! It is not a commonly occurring condition. We now have second Greek restaurant in town! A short while ago I was kindly invited to go sample the fare at Athena’s. It was opening night. We met a man bigger than...

Thanksgiving with FANLAP Helps Scholarship Program

By Judy Peterson Thank you to everyone who worked to make our “Velada Muy Especial” (Very Special Candlelight Dinner) a success. This year the dinner took place on November 27, which was Thanksgiving Day in the United States. First of all I would like to...