Places of Interest
We´ve got the Alamo and the Grand Canyon and everything in between. Some you know well, some are off the beaten train. Everyone is a "don´t miss" experience.
El Golfo Mexico Beach Vacations March
This weekends short trip was just a quick trip down to El Golfo for a full day and a half of bliss. I know it's almost unbearable to think about a few days without phones, computers or television. A few days where the only stimulation is good friends and watching the waves.
Camping in Mexico | El Golfo de Santa Clara
When you leave El Capitan - El Golfo de Santa Clara - drive down to beach area where you see all the pongas (fishing boats) beached and head south. Air down and hit the sand just like driving at the dunes...and go like a bat out of h... until you find a place you like.
Mexico Immigration - Nothing New to Southwest USA
Illigal Immigration is an ongoing cycle on the United States borders. It's not new news in the Southwest USA as we have been a staging area for illegal crossers and deportation for many years.
Rosarito Mexico - Art is Everywhere
Rosarito Mexico is just like any other small town in Mexico... it has it´s bad areas and then you find the tourist areas. But, you can find the most amazing little artistic touches used to make an unsavory area a bit more beautiful.
Southwest Travel - No Stress Tips eBook - Book Review
Any vacation can be stressful. Imaging all the things that can go wrong with any vacation and then double it. If a you could find one thing that might help cut the stress of any part of your vacation...would you jump at the chance?
Spanish Style At Old Town San Diego
One of my favorite day trips is Old Town San Diego. Not only am I a history buff, but I canï¿½t get enough of Spanish Style architecture. The Old Town San Diego Historic Park recreates the early 1800ï¿½s Mexican and American lifestyle. This touristy style park is huge... so if you havenï¿½t visited
Spooky Southwest Style Halloween Resources
Sometimes the days leading up to Halloween can be like Christmas for kids. They have the costume... but they have to wait. This site has a ton of Halloween related activities for kids.
The United States Camel Years Southwest USA Homepage | Editor's Picks Articles | Top Ten Articles | Southwest USA Site Map
It´s not surprising that the arrival of camels in United States caused quite a stir and absolute panic for the other livestock. The United States Camel Corps brought camels to the U.S. between the years 1855 and 1866 and it will never be forgotten.
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