Table of Contents
South of the border, down Mexico wayFebruary 8th, 2020Adios, amigos.
Category Archives: Plumbing
I haven’t written a really good plumbing post for quite a while . . . and this isn’t going to be it. But really, who thought this was a good idea?
Another fabulous day and a half! Departure from Kingston yesterday about 11 a.m. and shooting down I-5 had us arriving at McMenamins Edgefield in Troutdale, Oregon around 3:30 p.m. We checked into our king suites* (H and J in the … Continue reading
Those of you who know me knew it was only a matter of time before this post appeared. Be happy that there is only the one photo. In our villa in Seminyak, the toilets were equipped with a special seat/lid … Continue reading
Sounds: Shortly before 6 a.m., the dark, humid air wraps itself around you and then you hear the gentle sounds of drum and flute coming across the rice fields from the temple letting you know that it is almost time … 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
After ten days, we had to say “adios” to Mazatlan and get on a bus to our next destination: Guadalajara. We spent our last night in Mazatlan the way we spent our first, enjoying tacos at Los Chiles, our roadside, … Continue reading
Last night’s entertainment was “The Tenors.” Not quite Domingo, Pavarotti and Carreras, but pretty darned good. The dinner buffet theme for the night was Italian, so, the music was semi-appropriate. I still think that no one (but no one) does … Continue reading
Sunday, December 3rd, began with domestics: a couple loads of laundry; and then we went to the horses. The Spanish Riding School to be precise, to see the Lipizzaner stallions strut their stuff. We had reserved tickets months in advance … Continue reading
Our second day in Vienna dawned clear and chilly. One of the things I wanted to do when in Vienna was to go to a different traditional Viennese coffee house each day. Well, I missed yesterday and wasn’t particularly disappointed … Continue reading