I was trundling along a street in Jerusalem, dripping with sweat from the fierce Israel sun. Gross. It was a rough neighborhood, no charm here. Lots of garages and other things like garages… light industry kind of stuff but all old and grungy. I was looking for an art gallery I noticed on google maps and as with almost all grass-roots galleries, it would be in gungville for the low rents.
In spite of illness and injury it was such a great week at the Elephant Freedom Project! I now have a new family who stole my heart and an elephant who thinks she is a Queen!
I gotta say, there is an abundance of testosterone in the feisty little town of Creel, Mexico. I would not have been surprised to see a old fashioned Western gun fight break out on its dusty streets.
Words you never want in the subject line of an email from your travel agent 6 days before you are to board the cargo ship you have dreamed and planning and talking and saving for about for two years.
I am getting a peek at what it is like to live in small town Mexico and I’d like to share that with you. Even though it is a huge tourist area, Punta de Mita have managed to retain much of its roots.
March 23-26 2018 El Chepe! You just can’t say it or write it without the exclamation mark. I think they should copyright the punctuation as the official part of the name. Beloved by the people of the area and no one should visit the Copper Canyon without at least going one way on this train.