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Baja Gray Whale Photography

Baja Gray Whale Photography Dorothy Bell Ojo de Liebre Lagoon (formerly known as Scammon’s Lagoon

Test Hotel

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Teotihuacan Onsite Guide

Teotihuacan Onsite Guide You are going to have one of Mexico’s most exciting experiences. Walking down the “Avenue of the Dead,” you can almost feel the ancient civilization that once built and occupied this city. You can imagine the colors

Monte Albán Onsite Guide app

   Monte Albán Onsite Guide Mexico Archaeological Apps give you a walking tour of each site. Stay tuned. We will very soon have guides for the major archeological sites in Mexico.[ebook_store ebook_id=”7100″] You are going to have one of Mexico’s

The Baja Road Log and Driving Guide

The Baja Road Log and Driving Guide[ebook_store ebook_id=”7003″] The Baja Road Log and Driving Guide will make your highway journeys across Mexico much better, easier and safer.  The Mexico Road Logs are written by Bill and Dot Bell. They create

Guanajuato, Guanajuato, Mexico

Guanajuato Photography by Bill Bell Guanajuato (Spanish pronunciation: [gwanaˈxwato]) is a city and municipality in central Mexico and the capital of the state of the same name. It is part of the macroregion of Bajío. It is in a narrow valley,

2016 Calendar of Mexican Events and Celebrations

2016 Calendar of Mexican Events and Celebrations 2016 Calendar of Mexican events, holidays and celebrations. You will find heroes and saints, places and feats. Celebrate Mexico with Mexican bravo! Enjoy. January   Enero  1 Año Nuevo    Solemnity of the Virgin

Estero Beach

Estero Beach   “Ensenada is built on a harbor, but beaches can be enjoyed to both the north and south of the city. Estero Beach – Playa Estero – is just the southern beach suburb of Ensenada, not a separate

Sunset over Jaltemba Bay Nayarit

Sunset over Jaltemba Bay Nayarit – Bill Bell

The route of the convents

The route of the convents Photography by Bill Bell We spent over a month in Merida and was visited by my cousin, Maisie McKinnon. The following photographs were taken on a day excursion to the route of the convents, an

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