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Travel Blogs from Bacalar
... Daunted, our circus book club's first book of the season. I'm really enjoying it so far. I love memoirs anyway and when they focus on noteworthy women, even better!
Had an up and down day for most of the day...still adjusting to my job and the quirks of living where you work.
Some highlights from the shows:
Before the second show, I told a family that strollers are not allowd in the tent due to fire regulations. They said that ...
... chilled glasses. This was a great
way to waste away another so so day in the rain and the cool. Although I am
sure none of my compadries up north have any sympathy for us Winter Texans in
the valley, suffering from the so so weather.
Continuing on the entertainment theme, the girls got
together for the Oscars, so I gathered a few guys together and we ventured down
to the border, south of McAllen to a bar we call the Junk Yard, and it is ...
... morning (and texting Jeremiah to let him know that we were going to be late for food), I stopped by the cookhouse and enjoyed an avocado/lemon/cheese/mayo sandwich with a little dash of salt. Amazingly wonderful. Jeremiah sent me home with more than enough avocado so that became my after show snack too.
This morning, Kayla, Jeremiah's girlfriend, John and I went to the laundromat in Edinburg that was near a Starbucks. Starting the day off with ...
... today, but we fell very short. It stayed in the 40s and overcast but at least we didn’t have the wind we’ve been having the last few days.
Cookhouse at 11am was in the open air and under some trees today…the trees are just tall enough that Jeremiah couldn’t set up our usual tent to eat under so we went without. Our lot has apparently also come with a family of stray dogs who live here. They quickly discovered where we eat and ...
... interesting; we’ve had a number of people telling us at the gate that they’ve been coming to Kelly Miller Circus for years and they’ve gone to other circuses in the past, but in the end, they choose to keep coming back to us. One woman said it’s because of the exotic animals we have and another family said our prices and friendly staff set us apart. We are the only circus in the valley with performing tigers and that gets a lot ...