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Dec 02, 2011

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Chet Warfel

Hurray! Finally a realistic assessment of Northern Baja California and it's people and places.
If you want to see some beautiful scenic places, then you should explore the costal section between Colonet and El Rosario. Here there are beautiful mountains, clean (and empty) beaches...and last but not least really friendly local people. This is the "Mi casa es tu casa." culture and it's alive and well along this coast.

Mike

The horror stories will not start until just before Spring Break so the students will stay state-side and spend their money in the US. Most of the stories will be repeats of past incidents.

Julio Garcia-Granados

Great article on Northern Baja (TJ,Rosa,Ens,SF,SQ,etc) As a local I see Tourist numbers increasing on a weekly basis. Events such as the BAJA 1000 (last week), the up-coming Newport to Ensenada Boat(sail) Race, and such are a clear indication that those in the Know (saby US travelers) are in full force. Being so close to San Diego, it is a shame not to take advantage of ALL that Baja has to offer. Look up the Baja Tourism web site for events or go on one of the many tours offered from San Diego. Come on Down. Will gladly help one and all tourists and Businesses. bajajulio@gmail.com

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