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... filled with gardens and sculptures. Along the way I come across a surprising number of quinceañeras (girls celebrating their 15th birthday); babies being brought for baptism, and children attending their first communion - all have been brought to the gardens for photography sessions in all their finery. I'm on my way to meet up with Paty, a local couchsurfer I'm meeting for lunch at a vegan restaurant - exciting times! Paty is excellent company and an ...
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 ...
... I stopped and honked. A man stepped out of his pickup truck and went into the barn to get me some gas. I wondered how dirty it was but I was in dire straights so no choice. I paid the man and asked about lodging. It was pouring by now and I was almost pleading for a place but I got no invitation to stay nor any place in town that he could suggest. The best he could do was suggest to check at the junction, there was a hotel there he said. I was doubtful because I had passed by ...
... feature is the steel ball, imbedded in the road so that half of it projects above the surface. These are set in lines across the road. These lines start off widely spaced, then are set more closely together, as they try and force you to slow down. These steel balls are six or so inches across, and don't stick up too far, so they don't do too much damage. But there are other steel balls, maybe a foot or more in diameter, that are used to mark ...