baja road report and LaVentana

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baja road report and LaVentana

Postby la-ventana » Fri Sep 06, 2013 7:38 pm

First they have changed the crossing in TJ since the last time you crossed, you will do a hard right turn and go a half mile and a hard left. To get your visa go to the right after the inspection area and park, it is very safe. easier access to then head south and found a better way around ensenada either direction. I have details on my website http://www.La-Ventana.info under travel by land.

Next we have a significant storm hitting right now, last week one that damaged the roads santa rosalia to Loretto but all passable. This storm could do much more damage.

Next a plug for my neighbor villa paraiso/kite paradise http://www.kiteparasise.biz He has added a new hot tub with incredible views, a steam room and will have a masseuse. Right now the restaurant will be open with basic Mexican food, it was not open last year and the coffee shop should be open again.

Also may be ready this year is two bunk rooms male female and as low as $20.00 a night with incredible views, now that the hot tub is done he is working on the bunk rooms..

I highly suggest people head on down earlier than normal to snorkel and windsurf/kite while you do not even have to wear a rash guard just a swimsuit is all that is needed to enjoy the warm 80 degree water….

He is a about 1/4 mile north of the campground 3 lots south from Captain Kirks and is beachfront. If anyone books with him in the next two weeks for up to the week before Christmas he will give you a 20% discount, just send this link for the discount.

here are some pictures of my neighbors kite paradise hotel:
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rooms start at: $100.00 and he has a 3 bedroom suite that sleeps 8-10. and bunk in the bunk room as low as $20.00 a night with advance registration required..
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Re: baja road report and LaVentana

Postby la-ventana » Thu Sep 19, 2013 9:00 pm

Note the recent rains have caused some road damage from Santa Rosalia to Loreto. Nothing major but do not fly in the low areas.

Also as of October 1 a new gringo tax hits, there is mandatory insurance required in Mexico. So on federal patrolled roads if pulled over and you do not have insurance it is about a USD$260.00 fine.

Insurance is about USD$100.00 a year.

Lewis and Lewis in LA is one you can sign up online. and I have a few on my website. http://www.la-ventana.info
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