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... to get to Gaby's place and crack open a few beers. Soon Jeffrey, a French traveller who is hitchhiking his way south from Canada, is cooking up a storm of crepes in the kitchen, the table is covered in empty bottles and Thalia is teaching me a new way of doing shots which involves covering the glass with your palm and drinking it upside down. Before long the table has been cast aside as the more important business of rocking out with inflatable ...
I'm not usually one for going back. With few exceptions, I tend to cut ties once I leave a city. Not sure exactly why but it seems to happen and I have very few lasting friendships from these extended excursions into strange lands and none from the city of my birth where I spent the first 30 years of my life, Montreal.
So here I am, going back after 16 years to San Luis Potosi. I was a little nervous because I ...
... such beautiful people...oh dear.... I'm getting a little weepy just writing about it.
Anyway, I'll try to keep this shortish and move on... Carlos has been living in Barcelona for about 12 years with his most awesome girlfriend, Barbara. Chisa and I met up with them in Barcelona during our last trip, to Europe and the Middle East and we had so much fun. Carlos, Barbara, her parents(from Austria), Lily, her ...
... The wind was fierce, it was raining hard and I was about to ride some really tough, dangerous roads. I knocked the kickstand up and tentatively rode into the storm.
Five minutes into the ride my fear was gone. The canyons, for all its dangers, shielded the worst of the winds and the rain was manageable. The drive back to Creel was beautifully uneventful. It was fitting though that just as I arrived in Creel, wet, cold and shivering, but ecstatic, whooping and fist pumping ...
... 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 ...
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