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What a day.
Brody and I fell asleep around 10pm last night and I was woken at 530am by him forcing his nose into my arms which were crossed over my face in sleep. He wouldn´t take no for an answer so I giggled, gave in, and got up. Packed up the car, got a big latte, and hit the road by 630am. Took me about an hour to reach the border where …
... the ferry. Panic overtook me slightly here, and I waited until I saw Manuel driving onto the ferry before embarking myself, I wanted to be sure we were going to end up on the same ferry! Apart from showing my ticket and my ID, I had an incident free passage onto the ship and to Reception, where I hoped Manuel might appear. He did, fuming! Before driving into the ferry, he had to show is ticket and ID – twice – we’d already been through this once, remember. ...
... our boat ride around the park, we were then treated to a ride up to the Mirador Obispado which, after walking to the top of the viewpoint, gave us the most beautiful 360 degrees panoramic view of Monterrey and its surroundings. Wow. Truly incredible. We were left speechless at the unbelievable sight of all of the shining lights. My pictures really don’t do it justice, it is indescribable and it was definitely one of the best views that I ...
... br> Also in April, the tortured and bound bodies of seven men were dumped in the
Pacific port city of Lazaro Cardenas along with messages signed by allies of the
Sinaloa drug gang.
Officials last year found 193 bodies in mass graves in the Tamaulipas state
town of San Fernando. They were believed to have been migrants killed by the
Zetas drug cartel. Another 72 migrants, many of them from Central America, were
found slain in San Fernando in 2010
... leaving their horse parked on the side of the rode not tied up at all, while they ran into the store for groceries! It was a trick worth noting for those of you who ride, it is to take one rein and put it under the front hoove of the horse. The horse holds himself , if he trys to walk forward the bit in his mouth would pull back and stop him.
We toured through the village of the Tarahumara Indians, rocks called mushroom rock, Jesus , Mary, and Joseph ...