Rancho Viejo Resort
Travel Blogs from Olmito
... a quarter and come back for 50 cents plus taxes on the alcohol purchases. All in all it is a pretty good day, and cheap fun. There are the usual girlie bars, and smoked up guys on the back streets offering up their sisters, and municipal construction workers, banging up pavement with electric jack hammers we would use to knock down a block wall, and hawkers of every item in the world, but it is Mexico, and they do what they do to survive. God bless them all!
So on it went, ...
... where he lives, this was probably a defensive move to preserve his
life. Riding the busses in the south amongst the Latinos is much safer by far
then driving a car, and or taking a cab. You know what they say “add steering
wheel, instant *******”! I really don’t know a lot about Argentina, does
not appear on the internet news that often, so it must be pretty good down
there. I don’t know, just thinking out loud, and not for ...
The last two days have been lazy and relaxing. We had lunch in Brownsville with niece Vicki, who owns were own physical therapy business and is about to complete her Doctors degree in Physical Therapy. Bev and I first became acquainted with this area when daughter Beth worked for Vicki in her therapy business in the mid 90's. Beth lived on SPI and drove into Brownsville, about 22 miles. We made ...
... Should I keep going on, should I publish as I go,
should I just drop the whole thing, or just let it happen as it is now? **** if
you are not confused I know I am.
I carried on with a number of topics to talk/write about, if
I continue to carry on with this line of thinking or if I even remember that I
was considering carrying on with this line of thinking. Anyways I am posting
this about 2 weeks after I wrote it, as, and I thank you, some people ...
Another semi-lazy day. Up at 7:30 and made a few phone calls. We had lunch scheduled today with Joan and her water aerobics group that have lunch together once a month. For sure, Bev was the youngest and I was the next youngest. Guessing their were over 40 seniors in the group. I have to admit that they had a great time celebrating an early St. Pat's Day. No green beer, but lots of Irist stuff. Great location and great food. We ...