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Took a ride today to Old Bisbee, which has become an artist type community. 20 some miles from Tombstone. Lots of old people. I surmise very liberal as well. I always kid Cheryl about old lady's in Mumu's, long gray hair, Birkenstocks and old Volvo's. Didn't see the old Volvo, but everything else was around. We did not see a child around until we ...
And I don't mean with eye candy that I saw gorgeous men ... no no no .... not this time
The beach scenery in Sonora is just breath taking
Desert, mountains, blue ocean, virgin beaches, blue skies and a very bright and gorgeous sun makes your mouth drop open.
Not cheap I must say and not too easy to visit either if you don't have a car BUT the trip here is totally worth the while
Sonora is on the west coast so it has a ...
I traveled at night from Mexicali.
I took the bus at around 11 pm. The time from Mexicali to Hermosillo is between 9 to 10 hours.
The buses depart from Mexicali bus station every hour mostly. The price is between 600 or 700 pesos. The buses are very nice, clean, comfortable and you even get a snack that consists in a sandwich, chips and a soda.
My journey was uneventful.
Unfortunately Mexico I have discovered doesn't have too ...
Early shopping run to Safeway supermarket. Probably the nicest supermarket I've ever been in. Totally in shock! Even had a Starbucks so I surprised the crew with breakfast! After driving up and down the extremely narrow roads in this beautiful city, we parked and explored in foot. Old Bisbee was a hit with the crew as we visited every shop that ...
... comes from one of my first, second, or third graders as they pat my stomach like I'm a lucky Buddaah.
Admittedly, my "pancita" has become a bit of a "panzon" (big stomach) over the past seven months. You see, my motto on hospitality here in Mexico is to accept it, without question. There never passes a day when someone doesn't invite me to have a meal with them, or a chocolate covered marshmallow is handed my way. I just don't feel ...