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... I almost contemplated walking back to take a video but I don't like crossing the roads here so I didn't want to go back. Also, it turned me bright red. When I first arrived I almost caused an accident trying to cross the road but I quickly learned that you just cross it like you friggen own it and if you're too scared to do that, wait for a local who'll eventually come along and you can subtly follow them across the highway. If all else fails, sit tight and hail the next ...
... enormous honour to be able to attend the Harvard institute. One of the best parts was the great connections I made with principals from all over the globe many of whom I'm determined to stay in touch with in the future. The knowledge and skills I gained during the institute were invaluable. This coupled with everything I learned during my school visits has made this fellowship a truly inspiring experience. In addition to this, having three months travelling with my ...
... local called Fugon. A major hole in the wall with half liters of Mexican coke in the bottle, and some great tacos pastors. We walked into the town square near a beautiful, classic church and then hit a tamale truck where Mando got to have one of his most favorite drinks as a child (born in Mexico, we've seen him reminisce over the sweetest things!).
... ATV Highways'. An Arroyo or wash is basically a dry riverbed that becomes a flash torrent in times of heavy rain, but the rest of the time they are used as anything from game & livestock trails to roads (with actual road signs) or parts of the famous Baja 1000 off-road races.
I have Donna on behind me and Wendy has TWO of the dogs on with her as she leads us into the wilderness. What a great hour (or two?) we spent, with so many ...
I wasn’t quite ready to leave Mexico yet (the warmth and the
beaches were so tempting) so I headed all the way down to the Baja peninsula to
Cabo San Lucas. My, did I have some
adventures here! My chauffeurs for the
day decided to go on a road trip. We
were following the coast road and it was lovely but then we spotted what we
thought was a diversion sign so we followed it off the road. We ...