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January 2015

Day 171: A nice day of rolling hills

We looked at the route and figured with another big hill around, we might get to the foothills today and hit the climb tomorrow. It was about 60 k’s or so and we decided on a lazy start. We bid… Continue Reading →

Day 170: Back in the desert again

I slept like a baby again in the cozy room that Veronica provided for us. We planned an early start and I was up at 7:30 and we were pretty much ready to hit e road by 9. Eduardo’s mum… Continue Reading →

Day 169: Day trippin’ in Tamasopo

I had a feeling that We might not really get out of town today and when I got up at 8, Kareem was fast asleep and didn’t look like he was going to stir anytime soon. So I lay in… Continue Reading →

Day 168: Goodbyes never get any easier

When you start a day with puppies, it’s guaranteed to be rocking, heh. This morning, myself and Kareem were ready to hit the road. Kareem is getting a bit of intro to long distance touring and was pumped up to… Continue Reading →

Days 162-167: A lot more R&R

Ok, it’s time to roll. I don’t really have words to express how awesome Kareem, Arlette, Adrianna and Mario have been to me. Suffice to say that I feel like I have a new family here in Mexico. It’s hard… Continue Reading →

Days 160-161: A bike ride is always fun

Since I had decided to hang about a bit, I was itching to go on a ride to keep the legs in shape. I looked about and Mario also recommended a bit of an archeological dig nearby, well about 55… Continue Reading →

Days 155-159: A whole lot of relaxing

The last few days have been generally about doing a bit of Spanish homework, eating a lot of food, Heading out for an occasional bike ride / picnic and a whole lot of relaxing. Steve after a few false starts,… Continue Reading →

Day 154: Revisiting Xilitla

Today Steve & Arlette planned to do a day trip to Xilitla and they asked me if I wanted to join. I had passed thro there on my way into Ciudad Valles and wasn’t sure of going there again. But… Continue Reading →

Day 153: On How to Cook Papaya Curry

Take a plump raw Papaya, if its starting to ripen, just add more chillies :-p Some Onions, tomatoes, garlic, freshly ground coriander powder (bash it in a mortar and pestle, brings the flavours out better)… Do you really want me… Continue Reading →

Day 152: Experiments in the kitchen and other adventures

Mario had been looking at recipes online and told me about aloo mutter the other day. We decided we could try and make it one of these days and today, I had a bit of time between my Spanish practice… Continue Reading →

Day 151: Hunting for caves

The posts are going to get shorter and shorter until I get on e road again I reckon. This morning, I spent a while practicing Spanish and listening to some lessons online. Adrianna made a lovely b’fast for us and… Continue Reading →

Day 150: Job alert – kitchen help

I spent the day mostly rehearsing Spanish lessons and shooting the breeze with Steve. Around noon, Mario showed me a pack of lentils he had and I thought it might be a nice idea to cook something for the family!… Continue Reading →

Day 149: Mama, mama, llegar las tortillas

It was a rainy day this. It has been raining for a day now already, and looks like it will rain for a few more days. I guess its good that I have a lovely home to stay in and… Continue Reading →

Day 148: Day tripping around

I was planning a bit of a bike ride up the hills to an interesting tourist spot called “sótano de las golondrinas” today. But Kareem and Marco were heading that way on some work and suggested that they would take… Continue Reading →

Day 147: Job alert – Tortilla salesman

Heh, today I was contemplating seriously to start a course in Spanish language. Something rapid and intense and the objective was to make sure I can understand people better and may be have a simple conversation. Well before that… In… Continue Reading →

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