Hotel Cuesta Real
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... pedicure, but desperately wants one.
- After 40 KM of bone jarring washboard ruts we're still cool.
- Asking for peanut butter in Spanish doesn’t make us laugh any more.
- Bill drank almost 200 beers and still lost weight.
- Squeezing oranges for juice is a work of love.
- Bobby ...
... Isla Blanco and caught 3 medium sized spotted sea bass, but still too small to eat. I cut up the smallest one for bait and we ended up throwing the other two back. Grow big little fishy, we will be back for you.
Although the morning water was like glass, the afternoon got a bit choppy. Of course we did not quit fishing soon enough and it was a wet ride coming back into the Posada cove. I have to admit ...
... if you really put your foot into it, it would turn solid red. I was in awe.
I think that hearing stories of my Uncle Hugo and then meeting this mysterious man, plus seeing this marvelous car instilled in me a wanderlust. A lifelong curiosity that the other side of the world is incredibly interesting, with amazing things you can never see if you just stay at home.
So, how does a Cancer with Gemini on the ...
... Catholic but learned later in life that her parents were Jewish and survived concentration camps. She has also been busy with her craft projects. I read some quick spy thrillers by Nelson DeMille and Robert Lundrum. I think I have read all their books now at least once.
Just killing time. Chilling. Not doing much of nothing. Sound good to you? We know the place. You can elect to skip the whole gimpy belly thing.
... French style. Add to that some colorful, Caribbean-like paint jobs. We stopped at Gustave Eiffel's, erector set, church that was sent in pieces from France. Interesting that this was designed in the 1890s because it looks very much like an airplane hanger you would find today at a rural airport. We walked the 2 or three main streets of the El Centro district. I was amazed at how many hardware stores and autoparts stores ...