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... Another night the entire “jungle” crew, which includes all the pygmy hippo keepers, took me out for dinner at a local Mexican place. We had a good time and the margaritas were tasty, but Omaha does not win any prizes for stellar Mexican food.
At night I slept with my windows open in order to capitalize on the cool breeze; I also enjoyed listening to the lions roaring and the hyenas laughing. It was a bit like being back in Africa, but not quite the ...
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... gone north by now and we wouldn't get to see them but the green jay and altamira oriole were two of the prettiest birds (maybe with the exception of the painted bunting) we have seen in the states. also saw the crested caracara and the alpomado falcon and the chachalaca (what fun).
the birding and nature center here on the island was wonderful as well. we saw a short movie about the center, saw ...
... down the street, and tapped me on the shoulder saying “Senior
you didn’t pay for your pedicure”! I expressed surprise, and asked him how much
it was, to which he replied $12.00. I laughed and he laughed, and I went back
in and settled up and then went over to the red tent for another margarita, and
then on to my hair cut, which was $5.00. We didn’t have any lunch, as I had
bbq’d hot dogs for us all prior to our trip. So ...
... in the side of Mission Tx. On
Sundays Country Roland Jr. plays there along with 3 other Hispanic bros’, one
of who is Ruben who plays lead guitar. These guys are all in their late 50’s,
and I believe I am being kind when I say that. Anyway, Roland has a great voice
and he belts out his tunes and the band plays along, one great country tune
after another, both old and new, and in English, Spanglish and lovely Spanish.
A great stop while in ...