Every now and again we wake up at ridiculous time, although this is not quite as stressful as it was when we had proper jobs, it can still be quite annoying, especially because Ah Cacao doesn’t open until 07:15 which means NO COFFEE! So this
Welcome. I don’t use this much blog anymore, but there is still some good content here from back in the day, and I still travel a lot. Now though I just share on my Facebook and Youtube channels and then share that content here.
I am shortly going to be putting together a video of my time at the Blackhawk Ranch in Valley Springs, California, but until then I wanted to share with you the amazing thing which has just happened, my incredible foray into the heavens. Goin’ Up!
Everyone has dreams, some more likely to become reality than others. Some seem as unreachable as the stars, others as unlikely as making it through life without pooping yourself somewhere other than a toilet at least once. I have so far at the grand old
So there I was, minding my own bussiness checking out some Playstation 4 news in the internet, whne BAM! There went my neck again. I have to say at this point I am getting pretty sick of it and it is becoming more and more
*I meant to post this a week ago, but then my laptop died. Anyways, here it is… The main reason we went down to Huatulco was to meet up with Sarah’s sister Holly and her friends who were on a cruise and stopping in there
The journey down from Oaxaca to Huatulco was supposed to take about four and a half hours, at least that is what Google said. Google was wrong. Now, I love Google, I wish I was smart enough to be a highly treasured employee of Google
After recovering a wee bit from the driving and the altitude, and having wandered around the actual city of Oaxaca and its markets. It was time for something a bit more old school, old school as in 1500 to 2500 years old. The ruins at