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AHHH...Ojo Caliente!!! Nothing like Hot Spings!

A travel blog entry by leela.devere

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We thoroughly enjoyed our time in Santa Fe...It took me a long time to get the theme song to Cat Balloo out of my head though" We decided a Hot Spring was just what the doctor ordered...and we were right! They even had a camping spot available. Ojo has done quite a lot of spiffing up since I was last here. The last time I visited was during a Rosen Method workshop and one of my fellow students improvised a Watsu (Watsu is somewhere between a Thai Massage and a free-flowing ...

Enchanted Circle

A travel blog entry by beckylharris

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We drove the Enchanted Circle yesterday and these are a few of the pictures that I took. It was cloudy and rained on us a little. Had lunch in Taos at a Mexicsn resturant and then went grocery shopping. Real exciting but on Monday we were driving back from Mike and Kristin's and stopped for gas in ...

No Fear

A travel blog entry by titainteric

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... heard on the radio that littering of steel cans was becoming a problem as well as deforsting for building construction. He wanted to solve both problems simultaneously by preventing deforestation by building with cans that were being littered. He succeeded and became an international media sensetion as "the crazy guy who build a house out of cans". It put into perspective how influential media can be, whether good or bad. He then talked ...

Day 12 - Taos - New Mexico

A travel blog entry by traceystravels

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... the early 1800s. As this chap's bishop was so far away (Santa Fe, but that was a long way away at the time) no-one really came to town to check on him that often so he decided to get himself a wife and have a bunch of kids that took the church years to find out about. I know, I know, a scandal about a catholic priest, how unheard of, still at least his discretions were much milder than the rubbish the other idiots get up to these days (trying ...

Day 11 - Taos - New Mexico

A travel blog entry by traceystravels

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... this either.)

New Mexico, along with California, Nevada, Utah, Arizona and Texas (which at the time also included parts of Wyoming, Colorado, Oklahoma and Kansas) were all originally part of Mexico.

During the late 1600s the Indian people in this area fought off a Spanish invasion, but several Spanish families still migrated to the region.

Then during 1835-1836 the Mexican people lost Texas to the US during the Texas ...

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