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... to expect and I had such great memories I kind of wanted to keep them pure, under glass and undisturbed by anything new. Admittedly, not everything that went down in SLP my first time there was great but even those few incidents can now be looked back at with a laugh and they do make for good storytelling.
I needn't have worried. Carlos, his friends (many with children now), his sister Lili, her husband (and now ...
Thanks to everyone who has been following me on this journey and especially those with kind words after the last two posts. It helped me feel a little better.
I am fortunate to have four places in this world that feel like home and I am in one of them now, the city of San Luis Potosi. When I travelled around Mexico and Central America over 15 years ago, I met a wonderful person named Angélica. Through her I met ...
... drive? Thinking they must have screwed up on the sign or perhaps had recycled an old sign, I decided to continue on.
In truth I was greatly influenced by my desire to not turn around and redo the same route I had just done and end up back where I had started, and I was a bit tired and wet. I had a plan dammit and no little sign was going to deter me! Actually it was a pretty big ass sign and there were two more later on, and these had no time constraints just, "Cerrado". ...
It's probably no secret that I was starting to get a little bored of small colonial towns and wanting to do something a little bit different, so based on some friends recommendations, took a trip out to a place called Las Pozas – part jungle, part rainforest, with a load of waterfalls and other things going on.
The place is not even covered in the Lonely Planet, so there was very little information to go on, but that was part of the appeal. Despite only ...
... 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 ...
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