Fiesta Americana Hermosillo
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... estado quienes pilotearan el programa en prescolar 3. Terminado el primer dia de training Aura Patricia, me invito a cenar a un restaurant italiano donde comi unos ravioles de espinaca riquisimos! Nos acompañaron dos colaboradoras de la coordinacion y una amiga de ellas, y la pasamos regio charlando sobre nuestras vidas: charla de mujeres...en todos lados es lo mismo: los mismos temas! mujeres al fin somos! Aura es una chica bien despierta, rapida, curiosa y ...
... 8217;s a bit of drug trade here, coming from who-knows-where going to God-knows-where. They come in, do their thing under the cover of night, and then they go home, usually. Sometimes they hide in fifty-five gallon drums while the helicopter’s search lights probe overhead.
As long as nothing really bad happens in town, then everyone turns a blind eye to the drug trade…the storeowners, the fishermen, the American ...
... road. Then I notice the huge sign right in front of me that states exactly the same. Oh well.
Nogales is similar to many other border towns: busy, filled with people trying to make money from tourists (some legally, some not). I want to get some Pesos and the HSBC branch looks clean and modern… but all 3 ATM machines are broken. I ask the security guard for the nearest working ATM but his directions will remain ...
Culiacan to Hermosillo
Today was yet another day spent on the expensive toll roads of Mexico, If only we could have taken the planned coast routs and secondary roads the trip through Mexico would have been a much better adventure.
Today we left our hotel in Culiacan at about 07h30 and headed straight onto the motorway North up the coast. Right away there was the first of the toll roads and the first of about 7 in total today.
We left Sayulita this morning and headed for Guaymas. It was a little further then we thought, but were happy to make it to Navojoa, where we gave the night watchman at Pemex 15
peso's and crashed for the evening. Staying on the toll highways we made pretty good time. There was a few check points for fruit, and one where they gave Hazel a full body search, and I don't think they were looking for fruit. It only took ten minutes, and everything was fine.