Castillos del Mar
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... those drinks I needed to use the restroom, walking up to the bathroom several nice men offered to sell me cocaine but I needed my cash to get into the bathroom instead. I guess everything in Mexico costs money.. and with the right money you can buy anything.
There were not only run-down looking horses that were available to ride along the beach, but also camels for ...
... family. Today Yolanda's son, his wife and her adopted son and his wife came for lunch. We were invited as well, great time, home cooked Mexican food - so yummy. they spoke very little English but we had so much fun translating. Gary had them in hysterics, trying to speak Spanish using his Spanish book but they said he sounded Japanese.
We are heading south tomorrow but sad to be leaving these beautiful people, we will miss ...
... consisted of Johnston, Oliver, Kevin (who did his own ride in the rain the day before) and, of course, us. As we cycle down the coast, the rain never stops even for a minute. We are soaked to the bone, and the only thing that will prevent us from getting sick is to keep moving. As we take one short break in San Clemente, we miraculously connect with our friend Adrian who will join the fun ride for a few ...
... across the wide plaza with a shotgun and waving his arms. He informed us we needed to turn back. We begged a little and he went to talk to a supervisor. “No” we had to turn back and exit in about 100 meters. I asked if we could go ahead to the next exit. “No” we had to turn back. But then he motioned we could turn toward the beach and left (south) along 1D. Since we knew this way would dead-end, we speculated that he was implying that we ...
... disappeared from the territory early in the 19th century due to epidemic disease and cultural changes in their way of life…most likely brought on by the missionaries that arrived in the area in the 1700's. The first modern explorer to visit this site was Frenchman Leon Diguet in 1890. He referred to it as the "Mouse’s hole at the top of the Sierra." Hence the name of the cave that we were about to ...