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... It also included a dancing horse, the very same one we visited at his farm. It is a magnificent animal. It was a fun evening and to top it off, Ric******** a bottle of tequila doorprize!
Before setting out on our next adventure, our group is setting up a TV for a superbowl party. Our wagon master went fishing for freshwater black bass while we were in Copper Canyon and froze enough to feed the ...
They have changed clocks back and forth every day on this cruise, and it's been hard to keep track. We woke up early today to see our arrival into Mazatlan.
After a quick breakfast in the Horizon Buffet, we disembarked and met our tour guide, Milton.
Our tour was a half day walking tour of Old Mazatlan that included stops at the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception (the only Roman Catholic Church with the Star of David ...
... This love for her children is the love that has changed the way I view my own mother, this is the love for which I am so grateful for today.For you that still have your mothers love them today, forgive them today, celebrate them today. For those of us that no longer have our mothers, Mother's Day is easier to celebrate in a way because we only have the best memories to celebrate, but our burden is now that our mothers are gone, and we miss 'em.
Happy Mother's Day!
... ring in a silver setting that matches a necklace she bought in San Jose del Cabo a couple years ago. So before my wallet was even settled comfortably in my pocket it was a couple bills lighter..... then we could leave for the tour. The destinations on this tour were mainly a Tequila distilery and a small colonial town to see artisans at work producing pottery and leather goods. The Tequila distillery is a family operation that has been run by the same family for about ...
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Over these many months we’ve spent in Latin America it has gradually become apparent that my name simply doesn’t work in Spanish, especially over the phone – it either needs to be pronounced Day (pause) On Choan-soan, or spelled Din Yanstan, neither of which are going to get a brother laid anytime soon – so ...