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Baja California, Saturación Progreso Infonavit, Acapulco, Guerrero, Mexico Travel Video

Baja Introduction

This the introduction to RV Adventures travel series "BAjA"
Travel with the RV Adventures crew as they travel south through Mexico's Baja California. The RV Adventures videos offer helpful travel information, Quality video images, and interesting narration with historical facts. To purchase the complete RV Adventure DVD on BAJA visit www.rvadventurevideos.com

filmmaker: RV Adventures

country: Mexico

channel: adventure

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