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... But the river route sounds nice, traditional little Mexican towns with hot springs and furniture makers and cows and cowboys—no more Indians. The original Opata-speaking inhabitants are down to fifteen in number, and they all live in Mexico, D. F. now. It’s a shame. Or I could go farther south into the heart of the Yaqui/Mayo territory, but I’ve done that before. So I get the brilliant idea to book a room in advance ...
... road. Then I notice the huge sign right in front of me that states exactly the same. Oh well.
Nogales is similar to many other border towns: busy, filled with people trying to make money from tourists (some legally, some not). I want to get some Pesos and the HSBC branch looks clean and modern… but all 3 ATM machines are broken. I ask the security guard for the nearest working ATM but his directions will remain ...
... So much is going through ones head that most of us cannot even remember what day it is today or where we even stayed the last few nights. Even simple things like trying to remember what day it is is impossible.
Bolivia was perhaps the hardest section of the whole trip but looking back at the photos it looks like that was the best place out of all the countries for photography. The mile upon mile of wide open spaces. Far away in the desert one spots a small ...
... met on the trip have been outstanding. Great fellow travelers, down for months,or weeks, or even days. It's always nice to meet local people when traveling, and with Cathies Spanish (and charm) we have met lots.
They are always willing and wanting to help, very warm and comfortable to visit with, whether at the beach or in a restaurant, in the centro or at a taco stand. The sites have also been memorable, the centros, cenote's beaches, and ruins.
Looks like we will ...
... as the dog pobre perro flies toenails through our laps at high velocity.
We stayed at a What would have been a million dollar house in the U.S. with our couch host Ivan.
We got our own beds and stayed in the guest house, it had a huge huge huge courtyard with pool and hot tub and a pecan tree!
and we spent the night going from house party to house party to taco truck.
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