Local entrepreneurs and artists are driving a cultural revival on the border city's most popular streets as they move past a wave of drug-related violence.
Baja By Bus's insight:
"Taking advantage of rock-bottom rental rates, young entrepreneurs and artists are converting abandoned buildings into thriving new nightspots and trendy retail emporiums. And the people are coming back."
The latest hot spot for turtle trouble is Magdalena Bay, an 870-square-mile haven for whales, dolphins, sea birds and five species of sea turtles tucked along the Pacific coast of Mexico's Baja Peninsula north of the tourist hub of Cabo San Lucas.