One Monterrey Aeropuerto
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... diagnosis was a muscle spasm in my back, which I would have believed if I hadn't already had a stone before. Unfortunately, due to our traveling home I did NOT want to get stuck in a Mexican hospital and miss my flight. I was able to get a shot for the pain and have been on ibuprofen since then. Hopefully. It will either go away on its own or I will be closer to my own hospital to get treated. Either way, it was a horrible ending to an otherwise great day. ...
... climbing with occasionally. Simon proposed to Renee at the top of a climb one day which was wonderful to hear about. We visited a local café together, called ‘El buho’ (The Owl) it was owned by a couple of Americans and did yummy flavoured drinks including babychinos for Indi. They had a huge book swapping library which kept Kat sane while Mark was climbing most days.
The climbing in Potrero was supurb. It was easy for Mark to find partners even though it was the ...
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I started my travel company, The Honeymoon Concierge in the summer of 2013 with the intention of helping couples plan romantic adventures, destination weddings, honeymoons and baby moons.
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We crossed the border on Tuesday, January 28, 2014 at 11:25 am, much later than our original plan. We crossed at the bridge in Pharr, and have since decided we will use the Hidalgo bridge next time. It is closer and less expensive. We were delayed in Texas for three months due to our accident in Dallas. Now the motorhome is fixed and we are continuing our winter adventure.
The first few days here I felt pretty out of place and thought I would seriously go bananas if another person asked or talked about how many pitches, jugs, dihedrals, ropes, etc... Over the last week, the influx of people has become a very endearing tribe of people to me. I will miss my morning routine of unzipping the sleeping bag and tent. A nice walk through the orchard to the bathroom, a morning cup of tea in the kitchen as I send these blogs and watch the sun ...