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Again, it was an easy drive to the American border. There was only a short queue on the Mexican side where we all received our 200 dollar deposits back which we had had to pay on entering the country. The piece of no-man's land between Mexico and the US did not look inviting. Lots of barbed wire and lots of dilapidated little houses on the Nogales side. When we arrived at US immigration our passports were taken from us and we were told to drive to a Shell station nearby and ...
... painted and several books from the 1750’s.
Also interesting is a nearby little hill with 2 lions guarding a kind of graveyard (with only one cross and one grave)… As where not far away is a colorful cemetery with signs "no photographs". Overall a very nice side trip.
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And like a lot of other RV’er we are becoming ...
... The menu was extensive and expensive. We each selected a different mole which had been suggested in the reviews. Mine was sweeter and Pete's was definitely chocolate; both the best we ever have had. The decore startled you when you walked in. Glass tear drops, spheres, hearts and other shapes hung from the ceiling. Mirrors of all sizes in massive metal frames reflected all the colors and light. It was stunning. And that was the highlight of ...
... Staff: International Country of Registry: Marshall Islands --------------------------------------- ------ The first day onboard will give us a chance to unpack and get to know our surroundings. Then there will be plenty of time to visit the famous Opera House, climb the Harbour Bridge and take a walk around the ...
... your gaze is constantly finding something new. My favorite flowering bush along highways and by homes was the Mexican Bird of Paradise, fragile flower clusters that grow from deep red to orange to yellow. Gorgeous!
The mountains that were so thick with saguaro slowly changed to shrub covered with much more green. We had a panorama view of hills as far as the eye could see with the scenery ever-changing. Salt River Canyon is spectacular with red ...