- - -- by Ed Reif»
|Today, Sept 2011|
So A Blogger walks into a bar...
¿Hay alguien que hable ingles?
Cabo San Lucas locals speak English as a second language. Money is their first one.
None of this "Starting Saturday, we will be closed Friday" No Spanglish. No pain in the English. Cabo is very "American".
Not too long ago,(1980) going to anywhere else but the USA meant disappearing from the world. With the cell phone, laptop, and a wireless connection, or ISDN, modem, depending on how wired or tired the particular place I have been in is, the locals are good to go and so I am.
Mexico on the Pacific side reminds me of Los Angeles a lot---the Valley, South Central, even the South Bay. Just another neighborhood.
LG- LIfe is Good in Cabo. I've gone native in a Col Kurtz sort of way, drinking tequila, and sporting a Hecho in Mexico Straw Cowboy hat---The Horror. The Horror. If 50 is the youth of old age, and Steffi was right-Food is the sex of old age! Analyse this: I had a guacamole-cheese-quesadilla-gasm. In some parts of Mexico I would be married to that tortilla already.
Man Of Many Hats Ed If you are all wrapped up in yourself, you are overdressed- Actually, just wrapped up in a Brazilian Flag(left) More @Cabo Afternoon Cowboy.