Travel Blogs from Calexico
... of the businesses have closed and the town is somewhat abandoned. However, they were building a new business....Jacumba Hot Springs Spa. I hope it is successful. Oh, yes, on the outskirts of Jacumba, we saw an airfield with several white drones that are used for tracking illegal aliens.
We then dropped down out of the mountains passing by Ocotillo (pop. ...
... Wikipedia said ;) Anyway, the Salton Sea is a shallow lake above the San Andreas fault line and formed in 1905 when the Colorado River flooded. It is 229 feet below sea level (yes, below) and has a salinity factor greater than the Pacific Ocean and is also the largest lake in ...
Well, tomorrow morning, early, we'l be on the Baja Peninsula. We've had a blast! Seen a lot of cool stuff. Experienced a lot of this amazing country.
This one photo says it all, though.
... himself on the back for predicting the influence of the iPod,
that's practically as ineffective as suing a product for having rounded corners.
I'm undecided that it truly is an apparent stage - and that i also imagine the
report misses what Apple truly did. IMO - Apple did the basic marketing transfer
- grow your company into adjacent contiguous marketplaces - but never abandon
your authentic ...
... the gardeners and housecleaners that staff the country clubs and resort hotels share neighborhoods in small towns such as Coachella and Mecca with the agricultural workers of the date and citrus plantations that fan out from Indio.
We took Highway 111 which follows the Eastern shore of the Salton Sea. The Salton Sea which is the largest lake in California has a rather unique history. Up until the early 20th Century, this area was a Death Valley, lying ...