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Old 02-06-2008, 04:25 PM   #1
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All taken in the last week or so around the general area of Los Barriles and Santiago. Many taken on walks through the back streets of these towns which always offer surprises in the places you least expect. What continues to amaze us about this area (and Mexico in general) is the genuine warmth and politeness of the Mexican People. They appreciate it when you try and speak spanish although I usually get flustered and babble incoherently. Gettin better though. I try to pick up a new verb, noun and adjective every second day.

Heres the link. http://www3.telus.net/Retired_At_40/
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All taken in the last week or so around the general area of Los Barriles and Santiago. Many taken on walks through the back streets of these towns which always offer surprises in the places you least expect. What continues to amaze us about this area (and Mexico in general) is the genuine warmth and politeness of the Mexican People. They appreciate it when you try and speak spanish although I usually get flustered and babble incoherently. Gettin better though. I try to pick up a new verb, noun and adjective every second day.

Heres the link. http://www3.telus.net/Retired_At_40/
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