One thing that I would love to do before I die is to see more of the world. We are fortunate that we have seen lots of places, but there are so many places yet to be seen.
And so little time....
We go to school and it's beat into you that you have to learn, study, apply yourself so that you can lead a rewarding life.
Ok, so after 50 years of doing that, is that all there is?
Yes it's been nice to visit Europe, Central America, North America, Siberia ( in the middle of February) and get to enjoy some remaining years in the beautiful Sierra Madres. For me at least and a handful of other gringos it's a nice place to be.
Not too hot
Not to cold.
But we need to see some other places and people. One of my must sees is Vera Cruz and Merida. I just have to figure out the best time to go there, non tourist season.
But then again , I don't think Vera Cruz is a mecca for the jet set.......anymore.
We are talking off for a road trip, there is always georgious tiles and artwork in Dolores Hidalgo. Thats where we got the tiles for our backdrop in our kitchen.
Next we will return to San Miguel, the quaint streets, were you need a "Honey I shrunk the Car" moment to park anywhere within walking distance of anything worth checking out.
Yes, I can park at the Walmart, but we have seen a few of those and I don't need to pick up any local culture there.......
So, I hope I don't get waylayed in Celaya like last time. Seems they were working on the roads there, (Like the always work on the roads there) and there was nary a detour sign placed during the construction.
That added about an hour to the trip, and needless to say...."I told you you should have turned there!"...............
But never offering to drive, sound familiar?
But alas, driving through great little ranchettes and back roads we wind up in San Miguel.
We get to treat a friend, to dinner at a nice restaurnat maybe, and see if I can get my front license plate removed again.......
So off to to see the rest of the world, maybe some day drive down to Merida, hit the beaches in Cancun maybe, maybe not.
I kind of like sleeply Mazatlan, just the right size and almost tolerable noise level......