Now is the best time to visit Rosarito, Mexico. Everyone is really friendly and there was never a worry about our bikes or any security concerns. Just 15 minutes south of Rosarito is Puerto Nuevo, “Lobster Village.” There are no drug cartels kidnapping Americans or gunfights in the streets here—that’s typical media sensationalism. You’re 15 miles south of the border for goodness sake! No, it’s not the Casa Laguna Inn & Spa at $295 a night peddling $15 dollar martinis, but that’s the whole point. Give Mexico a chance. You’ll find warm, welcoming people, an extremely affordable getaway with the benefit of unheard of gasoline prices. This El Barato will definitely be back to Baja soon. B Tips: You must have a current passport. Your insurance may already fully cover you. Your debit card may NOT work at gas stations and definitely not when buying Mexican wrestling masks at the bazaar —carry cash. Your cell service provider will alert you that out-of-the-country phone calls may run you two bucks a minute. MAIL email@example.com Contemplating a great set of parallel twins. El Chiefo compliments Rosa on her hand made tortillas. The El Nido offers a tropical atmosphere and fine dining. Many photo-fantastic photo opportunities. « | 1 | 2 | 3 | View Full Article By Gary Koz Mraz Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!