Marina De Oro
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It's taken days and days to get these pictures loaded. Mexican wifi is slow--agonizingly slow, and spotty. You can get on and browse, but uploading takes hours and frustrating hours and can only be done early in the morning or waaaay late at night.
... toucan feather, this one,” the
leader said. “It's so beautiful,” I answered admiringly. On the
one hand, it is something that would make Audubon members and bird
lover gag and throw up. To me, everything blended so well from
their body tattoos, to their attire and facial makeup.
One of the shorter guys blew a conch shell as a signal to begin their dance.
Once they started dancing, I was
mesmerized not just ...
... intense Elaine. I have absolutely no regrets moving to BC and understand fully how blessed I am to have both my sons living almost next door, great partner, beautiful giving friends and a good paying career. Life can be so generous when you open your heart and mind to receiving it.
Back to Vancouver to head off to work on April 2, 2012 and I am okay with that. I have had a blast and the adventures will continue.
Before actually writing up the trip, I'd like to add some comments about it....
Copper Canyon has always been a trip I wanted to do in Mexico. I am fortunate enough to have travelled quite a bit in this wonderful country, but by far haven't seen all the "must-see-sights", that according to some include Oaxaca and Guanajuato, Puerto Escondido and San Cristobal.
But, to me mountains and nature have a ...
... to get into the trade winds in order to get moving at a decent speed to try and catch up with everyone. About 8 o’clock in the evening all of our wind died. We bobbled around all evening and then again the following morning. Finally, Craig decided that we would motor for an hour in order to keep us from going backwards in the still conditions. When he fired off the engine, we were shocked to learn that one of the blades on ...