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South of the border, down Mexico wayFebruary 8th, 2020Adios, amigos.
Category Archives: Frustration
And just like that, Dave’s suitcase appears . . . a mere 42 telephone calls, emails, status updates and 96 hours after their airplane arrived.
I have been thinking about my clothing choices for this trip. My thoughts are that they worked out fairly well. Good town clothes, good hiking clothes, good après-hiking clothes (i.e. the town clothes), etc. I have been laboring under the … Continue reading
My boys in Denver What you might ask are we doing in Denver when we are heading to Dublin. No, we didn’t get our “d” destinations mixed up. We were lucky enough to be able to use mileage for our … Continue reading
Today, Wednesday, we were still not up to our full complement of travelers. This time it was Michael who had to bow out of the day’s activities due to tummy trouble. Must have been a bad bufalo at the market … Continue reading
Tuesday, November 20: After one day of laying in supplies, ministering to ailing plumbing* and resting up, we finally plunged into Guadalajara proper. Minor frustrations and great discoveries. The “we” in the previous sentence included only Michael and me as … Continue reading
Do I ever begin a final reflections or impressions post with something other than the people? I don’t think so. And so it is with Corfu (Greece). All of the Corfiots we have met during our 11 days here have … Continue reading
September 12, 2018: Up early to begin our two day drive back to Tbilisi. We will overnight in Kutaisi. But before any of that began, I looked in the mirror. YOIKS!!! I looked like a “don’t do this” advertisement … Continue reading
Saturday, June 9th, was moving day. We packed up our scattered belongings at the Shota boutique hotel and headed off to Borjomi. This was the most spectacular day so far as far as scenery goes: Green, green rocky … Continue reading
Why, yes, thank you. After a short drive from our morning pizza and wine, we pulled up at Lepovo vineyards, which is an arm of the Tikves winery. Several more wines, cheeses and meats to round out our morning. The … Continue reading