Books - Newspapers - Publications



* Marsh Cassady
Marsh Cassady
http://www.marshcassady.com

Marsh is an artist, book author, Publisher, Workshop Director and long time resident of Rosarito beach, Baja, Mexico. He is the author of fifty-two published books and approximately 4000 shorter pieces in many different genres. Marsh has has won a San Diego Book Award for nonfiction for The Newhall Incident, (true crime co-authored with retired CHP commander John Anderson) and a national competition for his book of haiku, The Music of Tree Limbs. We could go on and on, but it is best to visit his site - for displays of wondeful Art also!.

* Baja Books and Maps
http://www.bajabooksandmaps.com
We sell books and maps on Baja and some titles on Mexico.
We are based in San Jose del Cabo. Explore the fascinating and intriguing Baja peninsula. We offer a selection of classic and current books from Nobel Prize winner John Steinbeck to fishing guru and novelist Gene Kira that impart a sense of the wonder that is Baja. In addition, we also stock general titles on the history and culture of Mexico

* AAYWA Baja GPS Guidebook
http://www.bajagpsguide.com
The first ever global positioning system guidebook for off-road in Baja. 58 roues, laminated course decscription charts with mileage (use with/without a GPS) and all the Baja information you need.
The AAYWA Baja GPS Guidebook offers an off-roader 58 GPS routes with laminated course description charts and mileage, how to use the GPS with the guidebook, needed equipment, and all the information you would need as an off-road enthusiast. There are hints on where to stay and eat, but more importantly where to get the coldest Negra Modelo at the days end. The guide comes shrunk wrapped in 3-ring binder format so the next "Volume" can be added to the guide. It's a lot of guidebook for the buck!

* Amazon Book Store
http://www.amazon.com
The worlds largest bookstore, I use it myself!

* Graham Mackintosh
http://www.grahammackintosh.com
From an overland trek down the trail of the padres, exactly three-hundred years after the establishment of Baja California's first mission at Loreto, springs Graham Mackintosh's most recent book, Journey With A Baja Burro.

* Baja Bookshelf
http://www.baja.org/bookshelf/index.htm
Descriptions and prices for 27 books about the Baja California peninsula. Included is The Magnificent Peninsula by Jack Williams. This best-selling, comprehensive guidebook is now in its 5th edition.

* Baja California: a travel survival kit; 3rd edition
http://www.lonelyplanet.com.au/prop/namgd.htm
by Wayne Bernhardson, Lonely Planet reveals the delights of Baja.

* Baja Times, including Baja Tourist Guide
http://www.BajaTimes.com
Newspaper about Baja California.

* Welcome To Baja-Bound!
http://www.bajabound.com/
Baja books, maps, jewelry, apparel, and links to other sites.

* Book Passage!
http://www.bookpassage.com/
Book Passage is an independent bookstore in Corte Madera, California, located just across the Golden Gate Bridge from San Francisco which has an extensive baja section!

* C.M. Mayo's Baja California Page
http://www.cmmayo.com/bajapage.html
Information about C.M. Mayo's Miraculous Air, list of recommended books on Baja California, and Baja California links.

* Cooking with Baja Magic by Ann Hazard
http://bajamagic.com
A great cookbook(s) with all the flavor of the Baja we love so much. Buy me on Amazon.com

* The Gringo Gazette
Gringo Gazette
The Gringo Gazette is a bi-weekly newspaper primarily serving the Los Cabos area: La Paz, East Cape, San Jose del Cabo, Cabo San Lucas, and Todos Santos. The Gringo Gazette also translates items of interest from the local Spanish language newspapers so that an English reading person can finally read what's going on in Baja.

* Moon Travel Handbooks
http://www.moon.com/
Welcome to Moon Travel Handbooks, publishers of comprehensive travel guides to North America, Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean, Asia, and the Pacific Islands. Just use the search tools, enter 'baja' and you will have access to Baja travels books.

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