Anyone going to Mexico this summer ?

Discussion in 'The Whiners' started by HonorSeed, Jun 3, 2006.

  1. HonorSeed

    HonorSeed Senior Member

    Anyone going to Mexico this summer ?


    The Maya Reef, the second largest in the world just after the Great Australian Barrier.
    Some of the most amazing Mayan ruins are located in the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico.
    Merida is the biggest and most important city in the Yucatan peninsula
    Few miles from Cancun glamour, Isla Mujeres, snorkeling.
    Holbox island offers several miles of unspoiled beaches, full of seashells, flamingoes.
    The largest island in México has approximately 10 miles wide by 30 miles long. San Miguel de Cozumel is the only town
    Playa del Carmen evolved from being a small village to a lively cosmopolitan city with the fastest urban development rate in Mexico .
    The Riviera Maya is the coolest and newest resort that, as tropical style vision of paradise
    www.cancun.com/
    map of resorts in Mexico
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  2. FreeBird1969

    FreeBird1969 Fleas on their paws.

    I spent 20 minutes in Del Rio once. :D Cost me $20...damn Mexican bastards.
     
  3. HonorSeed

    HonorSeed Senior Member

  4. HonorSeed

    HonorSeed Senior Member

    I spent a few hours in Ciudad Juarez near El Paso, the leather goods smelled better than a steak.
     
  5. Orsino2

    Orsino2 Hip Forums Supporter HipForums Supporter

    Now I have that song by Merle Haggard that George Strait covered stuck in my head...

    I left, out of Tucson, with no destination in mind.
    I was runnin' from trouble and the jail-term the Judge had in mind.
    And the border meant freedom, a new life, romance,
    And that's why I thought I should go,
    And start my life over on the seashores of old Mexico.

    My first night in Juarez, lost all the money I had.
    One bad senorita made use of one innocent lad.
    But I must keep on runnin'; it's too late to turn back:
    I'm wanted in Tucson, I'm told.
    Yeah, an' things'll blow over on the seashores of old Mexico.

    Two Mexican farmers en route to a town I can't say,
    Let me ride on the back of a flatbed half-loaded with hay.
    Down through Durango, Colima, Almiera,
    Then in the Manzanillos,
    Where I slept on the seashores of old Mexico.

    After one long siesta, I came wide awake in the night.
    I was startled by someone who shadowed the pale moonlight.
    My new-found companion, one young senorita,
    Who offered a broken hello,
    To the gringo she found on the seashores of old Mexico.

    She spoke of Sonora and swore that she'd never return,
    For her Mexican husband, she really had no great concern.
    'Cause she loved the gringo, my red hair and lingo:
    That's all I needed to know.
    Yeah, I found what I needed on the seashores of old Mexico.

    Yeah, she loved the gringo, my red hair and lingo:
    That's all I needed to know, ha, ha.
    Yeah, I found what I needed on the seashores of old Mexico.
     
  6. HonorSeed

    HonorSeed Senior Member

    thanks Orsino that's cool as all get out.:)
     

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