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Cotijas Taco Shop in Los Banos

On our long trip, we became aware of just how big our country is, so big that there can be miles and miles and miles before the next gas station, or the next lunch stop. 220 more words

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'How to Relax' and other top tips...

In a rare moment of peace and tranquility, I found myself in the kitchen with my daughters. They were colouring, and begged me to join them. 443 more words

Just Another Day At The Beach

Since my Sweet heart had just worked 14 days straight, we decided his only day off should be spent relaxing, chilling and re energising in preparation for the next 14 days, so when you live on a paradise island what else to do but head to the beach. 121 more words


Wiosna Food fund!!

Oh yay I did it!! After signing up to like every crowd funding site there is only to discover Poland seems to not exist!

Thank YOU Indiegogo! 33 more words


From the old files... Bachelor boy

First posted in 2010.

There are two kinds of married Indian bachelors living in the Gulf. Those whose families stay back in their home country due by choice, albeit a tough one and others, who cannot bring their families here for lack of a minimum salary required to do so. 388 more words


Guest post: Busco un Fiador

(Ed. note: Today’s post comes from the second half of the MCD equation — Zach! He dutifully maneuvered all the apartment hunting aspects while I went to museums and ate tostadas. 862 more words

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Wiosna visit.

My last visit to Wiosna they had 53 children.


And thats one orphanage in this area, there are many more. 21 babies, 7 below 4 months old. 370 more words

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