DRAW YOURSELF A MOUSTACHE: My short trip to Mexico August 10th 2006 Cotton fields foreverAfter a long day of tough cycling near the legs of the Popocatepetel (Mexico’s highest mountain) I finally arrived to the hostel in Don Juan de Las Shmates. I immediately entered the shower, and started to sing loudly one of my greatest shower’s hits - “in a white sea” in its cover version by “shoulders youth” (NO’AR SHULAYIM).
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North America » Mexico » Quintana Roo » Cancun The site of advanced Amerindian civilizations, Mexico came under Spanish rule for three centuries before achieving independence early in the 19th century. A devaluation of the peso in late 1994 threw Mexico into economic turmoil, triggering the worst... ... read more
The real essence of cyclism as a way of life lies in the 10 months a year in which I merely live and work at my hometown: arriving everywhere (inc. dates, banks, work, parties and weddings) wearing strange cycling clothes; changing clothes in public toilets, behind parking cars and in the open field; asking "may I take a shower?" at the moment of arrival to a friend's house; living the full happy life of he who doesn't have a private car nor TV.
About all of this you will NOT read at this blog.
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