This is part one of the 2018 Travel Writer’s Academy Media Trip to Baja California with vlogger and blogger, Gary House. Click here to listen to the full interview and hear Gary and I chat about the wonderful, delicous foods in Baja California during our media trip. This is the “2018 Travel Writers Baja California Media Trip (Part 1) with Gary House.
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Today’s podcast is all about a recent Travel Writer’s Academy media trip to Baja California where we visited Tijuana, Las Playas de Tijuana, Rosarito, Ojos Negros, Ensenada and Baja’s Wine Route; Guadalupe Valley (Valle de Guadalupe).
This was a three night & four day trip with 3 of my academy members. I worked with Tijuana Tourism, Rosarito Tourism, and Ensenada tourism to plan this trip that took us to great museums, The oldest cheese cellar in Mexico, the oldest winery in Baja, the oldest French restaurant in Mexico and we met with one of the most influential architects in Ensenada.
The Finer Details of Episode 129 with Gary House
Gary House (aka Paco Casa)
Gary House is a food & travel blogger and founder of Cooking-Outdoors and NevertoOldtoTravel.com. Gary’s travel website shares his travel adventures, with the goal of showing how to enjoy traveling at any age.
In this episode, Gary and I discuss our and a lot more.
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La Tradicion – molcajete
Cava de Marcello – cellar not seller
Sonora Steak House at Hotel Marea Vista
Vina de Frannes
Valle – drew deckmans
El coral –
Puerto Nuevo- la casa de pescador
lunch in TJ – Verde y Crema
TJ Market – el popo
Gary’s Baja Articles & Video
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