None of us here, or anywhere in the world for that matter, saw the great crash of 2008 coming. It struck hard. Donald Trump’s development in Baja California, the northern most state on this peninsula which extends south from California, went belly up.
One of the biggest challenges here is the climate; the dry desert and scorching sun conspire to create conditions not entirely friendly to a bottle of wine which would otherwise prefer to chill out at 57F degrees.
Do you enjoy talking Android, tasting Napa Cab, seeing a Show? Then put on your Ray-Bans and join the adventure already!
Living in the Baja, we fully expect to have periods devoid of phones, Internet, or electricity. For the 3 million inhabitants spread over this skinny half-a-million-square mile peninsula, there are few modern conveniences.
HGTV was last here about four years ago, when they shot “Baja Bound,” featuring the Brown family from Carlsbad who were looking for a home by the bay. The exposure on the show House Hunters International is helpful for generating interest in the area, and driving tourism.
We’re Baja bound. Six years and one builder bankruptcy later, the Loreto Bay resort is finally taking flight. Team Stark heads to Baja California Sur to film the first ever Loreto Food and Wine Festival.