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... woe will soon show. I arrived at the ferry dock at 6:00 pm as instructed for the supposed departure time of 8:00 pm from Guaymas, Sonora with a scheduled arrival time of 6:00 am in Santa Rosalia, Baja California Sur. It was a small ferry; two medium sized trucks, three pickups - one pulling a trailer with two BMW 1200GS's - and six motorcycles including mine, all BMW's (we were two with F650GS's and four with 1200GS's) and it barely fit. The other beemer riders were ...
... and two tomales (pictured). He also gave me two dried, very slim, chillies which, when you place near the mouth, make you choke !! Tasted good though !!
Stopped once by the police, questioned and had to show ID, and three times by military with the third also being a questioning session. All were polite and ok. The third was ...
... officers were being killed at an alarming rate. Of
course, in Florida, guns are more easily available to the criminals, but were also readily
available to the law abiding citizen, which provide many people life saving measures
when confronted by criminals. To me, the “Stand your ground” law is a blessing
to us law-abiding people who have the right to walk and live safely without
being in fear of being attacked. ...
We've all experienced special nights in our life, moments that we will just never forget. Well for Deb and I we had one of those occasions last night. As I mentioned earlier, John Gonzales (our neighbour) invited us to attend their weekly restaurant evening. Basically this is a large number of expats that get together once a week and meet at one of the local restaurants for dinner.
The owner/chef of Viva Mexico is Augustin, who came by our table, ...
... of course, Noche Buena — Christmas Eve — when one of the most festive dinners of the year is served. A Mexican Christmas dinner is abundant and varied, with foods that range from tamales to turkey and tejocotes, avocados, mandarins, pomegranates and a tiny banana called a Dominica.
For nine days before Christmas, friends and neighbors get together for posadas ...