Hotel Plaza Loreto
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... goat cheese, and drool at the sight of heavily laden orange trees, right by the fig orchard, but this time skip buying the mango preserves.)
In the first week of December each year, vaqueros travel from many other regions to the San Javier Festival. It is not uncommon for them to spend four for five days on horseback, riding all day, to get from their homes to San Javier. The festival is a time for baptisms and communion and marriages, and it is also a time ...
... help to tag them.
If there was also a window the next day to hike the island before returning, we might have still done it. But, not trusting Catherine's hands to the hauling task (nor mine, give sea turtle weights), we have decided it is an expensive way to get cold and we could be ****** volunteers for the research team!
Determined to fill our year with firsts, however, we have let the research ...
... idea. Maybe also do a two or three day guided hike or a mule ride far into the upper ranch country of the Sierra de la Giganta. I haven't yet gotten more than a couple of hundred feet above sea level, and I may never! I am thoroughly enjoying both the adventure and the minutiae of simply living in a new place. I have yet to experience a nanosecond of boredom. Why hike a canyon when I can hike (or amble) every morning around the estuary, canals, shore, ...
... ornament" for this Christmas is a desert snake, companion to this Water Snake (Sylvia under the Chinese horoscope).
On December 21, nine beautiful women, three of whom we met in Canada and who live near us here, the two of us, and four others from elsewhere, will gather on our second floor terrace, with its great mountain and sea views, to celebrate Winter Solstice with poems, candles, appetizers, and various "flirts." (What's a flirt? Something that speaks to ...
... br> Comfortable, I am free now to take fresh risks.
Week three held immigration snafus, plus interminable waits for telecommunications technicians (who still haven't shown up in week four), plus several more fix-it projects with the beautiful house, plus a fractured molar that is going to necessitate practising my Spanish with the reputedly handsome young dentist from Guadalajara.
This week, week four, feels like a second arrival. I try ...