Travel Blogs from San Marcos
... and have been very welcoming. The place is situated about a 15 minute bus ride to the University of Texas campus and about 25 min ride to downtown (CBD). The buses are free for me to travel on, being a UT student and can sometimes be filled with the Homeless/drunk/the bit strange...though they are usually quite funny.
... worked on a film with and was my greatest ally and friend. She took me to Vivo to prove that Tex Mex is better than New Mex (not true). Although, I did have an amazing cucumber margarita with black Hawaiian salt 'round the rim.
The next day was breakfast and dropping my sister and her boy at the airport, and then it was straight to Barton Springs, where we caught the rays. That night, I took one of Fran's housemates Dash to a new restaurant that my friend ...
And if you go away, that Austin City Limit sign welcomes you back, no matter where you’ve been.
Driven by a restless urge to wander,
You hitch your wagon to a shooting star.
Flying down the highway headed yonder,
Then you get where you were going, and there you are.
So a body’s born with half a mind to ...
... your engine temp is going high for no reason....check and see were your generator exhaust is blowing. Yes this happened to me today, was driving through Waco Tx. and my engine temp was running high and I had the generator on, running the A/C and the wind was blowing in the wrong direction, once I turned it off temp went down.
Oh and we made it out of the truck stop alive and kicking, no serial killers there
... was on in every bar along the stretch of road. Didn;t take too long before we gave in and headed into one of the bars which just happened to be the 'bikini' bar. Watched the end of the game in here...tired to at least as the discussion turned into seeing if we would get a pick with the girls in there........hopefully attached.
After the game (C's won) we headed to the equivalent of "Bridie O'Reilly's" to get a steak and chips for dinner.....not a ...