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The Rio Grande is not the world's longest or mightiest river by a long shot, but its very name conjures up a certain mystique of romance and history.
I was in El Paso, Texas, and wanted to see this famous river, but don't make the...More
The third leg of my surprise and this one tops them all. The trip takes about 2 hours with stop a for lunch in the middle, which is a must if you like cray fish and you definitely have to leave a tip for the...More
my friend and I have a trip down the river on these bamboo boats, she lost her phone in the river and one diver jumped in and dived for twenty minutes and eventually found it - we took it back to the hotel and put...More
You see beautiful scenery, witness locals doing laundry in the river. note the high water marks from the flood season and witness the rafts being pulled manually back up the river to the starting point. Wear sunscreen!!!!