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... few English channels but I find Fox News and wait for the smell to dissipate. I go to bed but wake up during the night from the heat. I think of people held by the Taliban and wonder if this is how they must live as prisoners. No kidding, those were my thoughts. Finally, I open the door to let whatever and whoever wants to come in just to get air and some sleep. The street noise at 3 in the morning is loud but not enough to stop me from collapsing on my hard bed. It's just has to get ...
Here, we were given a tequila tour and learned first-hand the process used to manufacture the powerful and legendary tequila of the Blue Agave Cactus!
Luckily for me since I'm over the age of 21, hehehe, I was able to indulge in free samples of various grades and flavors of the tequila! For those of you who know me, you also know that I ...
... is like highschool) is extra. Grades go from Kindergarten to Grade 9. They go in shifts. The first classes are 8 am - 1pm and the second shift is from 2 pm - 7 pm. It's weird. Have to say. The kids in their uniforms, ADORABLE!
We stopped at the Church (The Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe (La Iglesia de Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe)) and sadly but fortunately there was an English mass being held. It was BEAUTIFUL, as a Catholic by birth, I was in awe ...
So, now the year in review (highlights of things we did and saw in 2011):
- -Traveling to Morelia with friends and going up to see the
- -Spending 6-weeks in the northern Sea of Cortez seeing no
other boats; experiencing the beauty and remoteness of Puerto Refugio at
the north end of Isla Angel la Guardia
- -Zip lining through the jungle with ...
... and I am very happy to have had the chance of finally taking this trip on, and showing my man a different Mexico, one a bit off the beaten track.
Tips for the trip
- take bug repellant
- enough battery for cameras etc for several days in case staying at B&Bs that don't have electricity
- flashlight might come in handy too
- Born to Run