Hacienda Los Algodones
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... and once again I had to submit to mother nature. I retreated to the beach to lay down and stare into the vast empty space filled with so many little stars above me. It was pitch black where we were. But before I could start looking at the lights above me, I noticed an unnatural looking green glow below. With every step I took there was a short lived neon green glow in the seaweed. Was this some wierd nuclear spill from ...
That evening Susan’s twin sister, who lives across the street, came over for a BBQ dinner of steak, habanero, and mushroom sauce. We sat outside on the back patio and watched the sunset, followed by fireflies dancing in the bushes. I hadn’t seen fireflies for years, probably since I left Georgia in 2003. They are such incredible little creatures, punctuating the night sky with points of yellow-green light emanating from their glowing bottoms. There are ...
Day 1 - destination Houston, Texas 4:24pm We are on our way to our final destination of Orlando, Florida... Walt DisneyWorld. Right now we are fifty miles from home. (Robbie fell asleep once we were ten miles out .) Risa is listening to her music on her new iPhone 5c and roxy has already started her extreme dot to dot book. Rob is determined to get to Beaumont tonight but due to our late start we may only make it to ...
Having departed Yuma, AZ to head toward Phil's parents' place, we decided to make a spur-of-the-moment detour into America's friendly neighbor to the South, Mexico. I was somewhat concerned because I still didn't have my passport back from the Chinese embassy, and my understanding was that you're now required to have a valid US passport to re-enter the USA from Mexico. I have my old one, but it has holes punched ...
Today we packed up in San Diego because it was so cold we decided to go down to Mexico. We got the trolley (tram) down to the border and crossed over into Tijuana, which was a bit of a **** hole. We walked to the bus station and got a bus down to Tecate. The town was very quiet and quite small so we had to walk to find a hotel room. The room wasn’t that great but it was cheap ...