Sunset Heights Bed & Breakfast Inn
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... service. At least I didn't have to listen to her for an hour.
About 3.30pm we rolled into El Paso for a 30 minute service stop which is a city right on the Texas/Mexico border. As you approach El Paso, you can see straight across the fence to the slums on the Mexican side of the border - very third world and hard to believe the contrast between the US side of the border and the Mexican side - see photos of the Mexican side.
My mom looks for a new job while i work with other illegals until the I.N.S comes and takes a bunch of them away. Me and Enrique get away, but Enrique doesnt like me very much. we get picked up from a very nice mexican band and we both eventually get a job in ...
... he was in between houses). After that we went to Lucy's and had some great fideo and tacos.
After our swim and lunch, we went to the Flea market area El Paso in downtown. It was really crowded and had loads of shops with basically all the same stuff. Kind of like the Mexican equivalent of Chinatown. We found a cowboy kind of store that sold cowboy hats, complete with a hat shoot. ...