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Discussion in 'Americas' started by Arte, Feb 1, 2010.
This girl sent me a text "Don Roberto, ¿Donde estas? ¡Te espero!"
My guess is that Bato, or some other regular on this thread, wrote your number in the men's bathroom. I don't think that's a girl.
Maybe not but there is a lot of well trimmed bush in the background!
Weazy., where is Arte have being trying to contact him and he doesn't answer
I have no idea, I haven't spoken Arte in quite awhile. I'll PM you his email address in a bit although you might already have it.
Strange, I don't see her dog or white stick
San Miguel to San Antonio,.....that's a one day trip.
Not with me slowing him down.
Yeah, but I'll bet you can make out her Adam's Apple.
I've made that one day run twice, pero no me gusta. Something like leaving SMA at 7AM and home here at 10PM. I never was an Iron Butt type and never will be. I did it because the horse smelled the barn, a bad case of get home-itis. Very nice to stay La Posada - both the one in San Miguel two blocks from the Jardin, and the one in Laredo on the Rio Bravo.
Tomorrow depends on the presence of freezing conditions in the morning.
Looks like about 40.
It was definitely not planned on my part. I got on the road before 6am from SMdeA. Crossed the border at Columbia around 4pm and couldn't find a hotel so ended up riding all the way to your house and got there just after 7pm. It was a long day and I don't really care to do it again.
I am heading down again in a few weeks. Plan to spend 5 weeks south of the border. Will spend some more time in Zipolite and maybe even get to Palenque and San Cris this time.
Wow!...That's cool, but now I just spent 21 minutes watching people strolling the plaza! Virtual people watching?
What would be cool is to synchronize watches with an inmate and have said inmate do the ADV salute and the image captured.
I can find that on any street corner anywhere.
any recommended motels? I'll be there late February
Might you be interested in a home stay with a Mexican family? I used to take students there for a study abroad program, and the lady I stayed with receives travelers, students for short and longer terms stays. She charges of course, but will include meals if desired. Very nice location in the colonial center and the experience can be much more rewarding than a hotel stay...and probably cheaper unless you go budget in SMA.
and view photos from post #48 and 56 to see the family and the inner courtyard.
I noticed on another thread that I was following that someone hit a dog in Mexico. No reports as to whether the bad canine was a cartel member or not.
Maybe not a narco... Probably one of the fidorales...
Thanks, I'll be here all week :)