Copper Canyon, Mexico (2 of 2)

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Buses and trains from San Diego to the Copper Cany

Copper Canyon, Mexico (1 of 2)

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Buses and trains from San Diego to the Copper Cany

Chaco Canyon, New Mexico – July 1999

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Chaco Canyon is a most mystical southwest exploration. Imagine a six-century-old, prehistoric town under the stars and full moon, all yours to hike in and around and photograph. If you sit real still on a cloudless star-lit night, I think you might hear the Anasazi Indians talking among themselves, smell the wood burning from a […]

Ensenada, Mexico – June 1999

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Cycling Riding a bike in the city gets a little hairy at times. The large potholes cause the cars to swerve wildly and there isn’t a great deal of awareness about cyclists in general. The surrounding hills do have some great single track trails. One of my favorites is a two hour loop starting at […]

Zihuatanejo, Mexico – May 1999

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Well, just got back from Zijuatanejo a couple of weeks ago and it was pretty warm; lots of sun, surf and sand. Ixtapa and Zijuatanejo are about 150 miles north of Acapulco. Ixtapa is a resort town built just for tourism. There is lots of very nice hotels, ranging from approx. US$100 to $300 per […]

Veracruz, Mexico – May 1999

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What happened this past week in Veracruz? Glad you asked! We were celebrating the 480th birthday of the city on April 22nd. I told you this city was a real old timer. Hernán Cortés is credited with founding the city on April 19th in the year 1519. So why do we celebrate the birthday on […]

Veracruz, Mexico – April 1999

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The Mexican port city of Veracruz lies at 19’12”N and 96’08”W (latitude and longitude for those retentive types who really want to know where in the world they are). It is smack dab in the heart of the Gulf of Mexico, and tropical in climate and attitude. Important note for American travellers….The (honorary) American Consulate […]