Fiesta Inn San Luis Potosi Glorieta Juarez
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... We managed to keep up our enthusiasm for the first hour or so until tiredness set in and we came to a compromise with Nora for 2 more songs; and piled into a taxi around 3am.
The next morning I'm up and ready to explore the city. First I head out with Moni to track down screws, almond milk, a vaccination for Viki and varnish to finish off some furniture they are building. A random list of items which gives me a chance to look around the ...
... Tońo, and of course his parents, Carlos Sr. and Blanca were amazing. I was welcomed back into their home and treated with such warmth and generosity it really was difficult to leave.
So this is goodbye again but I hope it's more like, hasta lluego y no adiós. ˇEnvió besos y abrazos muy fuerte a todo la familia Villarreal y mis amigos potosinos! Ustedes tienen una casa en Toronto siempre.
Thanks to everyone who has been following me on this journey and especially those with kind words after the last two posts. It helped me feel a little better.
I am fortunate to have four places in this world that feel like home and I am in one of them now, the city of San Luis Potosi. When I travelled around Mexico and Central America over 15 years ago, I met a wonderful person named Angélica. Through her I met ...
Pics first..story after. Finally got around to putting this story out there. My adventure in the Barranca del Cobre/Copper Canyon
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In another little bit of literary synchronicity, Neil Peart, in his book, Ghost Rider: Travels On The Healing Road, is travelling ...
... along the median and the edge of the freeway, and maintains it through the year. Grass is much nicer than cactus roughage. As it is, I am glad they chose goats for this purpose -- if it had been sheep I would have run one over by now.
One feature of Mexican roadside stops is that they are much simpler. The agony of choice has been eliminated. Only one brand of gas: PEMEX. Only one place to go for junk food: OXXO. Surprisingly, for ...