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My Healthcare is Better (and cheaper) Than Yours. Why?
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My Healthcare is Better (and cheaper) Than Yours. Why?

I love my country. There is nothing that reminds me of that more than going away for a lengthy period of time, especially to a country that is not as wealthy as the U.S. At the same time, because I love my country, it saddens me to see the inequities that exist for basic human...

Checklist for a Weekend in Valle de Guadalupe
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Checklist for a Weekend in Valle de Guadalupe

YAY! You are gonna have a GREAT TIME. So you’ve decided to enjoy some time exploring Baja California’s Valle de Guadalupe? I couldn’t be a bigger fan. The Valle and surrounding communities of San Antonio de las Minas, El Porvenir and Franciso Zarco were once just small farming communities dotted with a few wineries. It...

cuatrocuatros, Baja Mexico
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3 Fave Camping Spots South of the Border in Baja

Fresh Air & The Great Outdoors Camping in Baja has been “a thing” for a long time but the options have expanded with choices for the adventurous and the delicate alike. Explore one of these experiences; rustic, primitive or glamping within hours of the San Diego, California border. PLAYA SALDAMANDO : Rustic with an ocean...

Adventure Travel | Ride the Baja Divide
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Adventure Travel | Ride the Baja Divide

A Baja Adventure for the Outdoorsy Type It’s rocky, sandy, dusty terrain for 2,000 miles. You need to lug 2-3 days worth of food and water at a time on your bicycle and it may take 6 weeks to travel the whole thing but the Baja Divide might just be something you might totally want...