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All things Baja. Baja Bus Travel, Driving the Baja California Peninsula, Taking a Ferry, Enrolling Children in School, Public & Private Bilingual Schools, Fishing, Medical Insurance, Emergency Evacuation Insurance, Real Estate basics, Climate & Weather, Eco-trip outfitters, Kids Summer Programs (all ages, families & teens), Environmental Issues.
Traveled a few short trips to Rosarito Beach area (driving, bus & taxi!) in my 20's. When I was eight months pregnant, went on a Green Tortoise Baja Beach Daze bus & camping trip (Playa Escondida near Loreto).
In 2005 I moved to Baja Sur with my 8 year old son (after a few trips to La Paz in 2004). Loved the area and the people, got to see more of the Peninsula and had time out on the water - heaven.
My son has attended both private and public schools in Mexico, including summer programs on the mainland. We have also homeschooled at times.
I wrote a relocation guide for those wanting to travel or move to the Peninsula - Viva La Baja! Relocation Guide to the Baja California Peninsula. It can be purchased online at www.vivalabaja.com and is delivered to your inbox within 24 hours.
Blogging community, Writer's Row, Travel Writers.com, Travel Junkie Anonymous (kidding)
Escapeartist.com - "Traveling to Mexico with Children".
Transitions Abroad - "From Mexico to Guatemala, a Safe & Worthwhile journey" and "Sending a Child to School in Mexico".
Travel Roads.com - "Costa Rica, A Crime-ridden Adventure Lover's Paradise?" and "Travel Abroad - Honey, Should We Take the Kids?"
I publish a blog on Baja: Viva La Baja! Blog.
I have written a 27 page Viva La Baja! Travel Guide that is available to you for free. Email: email@example.com if you would like a copy.
B.A. Communications (Mass Media Studies) University of Washington, Seattle, WA. 1997