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An unexpected Semana Santa encounter

An unexpected Semana Santa encounter


Linda Lou blogs about life in Alamos, Sonora.  She had an interesting and unexpected encounter during Semana Santa (Easter Week.) You can read all about it here.

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Travel Writer Paul Theroux Spends a Few Days in Nogales, Sonora

Travel Writer Paul Theroux Spends a Few Days in Nogales, Sonora

Paul Theroux Nogales

Walk across the border from Nogales, Arizona to Nogales, Sonora one day.  Paul Theroux, one of our favorite travel writers, did  just that – and I knew he would write an interesting and informative article. The New York Times published his piece The Country Just Over The Fence today, and we hope you enjoy it as much as we did.  I also saw the article here if you have hit the NYT paywall.

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