Monthly Archives: March 2016

‘Mean Machines’ in Mexico

There is no lack of ‘mean machines’ in this area. Whether they are in flight or ‘dustin’ through the desert it’s a cacophony of sound – usually loud, very loud and dusty, very dusty. And it was never more obvious … Continue reading

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What? Taco in a Bag?

Except for us, the group has since departed. Some were here 3 days, others 1 week and the last couple of RV’s left after 10 days. It’s kinda lonely… But the memories, especially the foodie memories are still with us. … Continue reading

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Yes – shopping is really an adventure!

We love arriving at a new destination – and checking out the shopping! Now, not all shopping – primarily grocery stores, COSTCO’s, bakeries and shoes – and Mexico is no exception.  Not at all! Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest

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