The next time I complain about being bored, I will bookmark this post.
I keep thinking I have written about my plans for the next two or so months. But several people have told me I am wrong.
So here goes.
Today I am driving up to Nuevo Vallarta to meet one of my readers from Germany -- and his Mexican wife. Some of you know him as Hollito. He started commenting on my blog before I moved to Mexico.
We had planned to meet two winters ago. But those plans fell through when I flew to Oregon for a Cotton Thanksgiving-Christmas-birthdays all-in-one inclusive holiday celebration.
I will spend a few days with Hollito and his wife on the beach -- and I hope at a nice eatery. We have been talking about a German restaurant a bit further north.
On Tuesday I will drive back to Melaque to board a flight to Oregon on Wednesday.
The trip north is to take care of some additional travel business. I am heading off to Red China in February But that visit will not take place until I get a visa for my passport.
While I am waiting for the courier service and the Chinese consulate in San Francisco to returned my engrossed passport, I will spend a week or two with family and friends. And I hope to slip some good food into the agenda. You may notice a certain culinary itch that has gone unscratched in Melaque.
Sometime before Christmas, I will fly back to Melaque. With a trip to Copper Canyon in January.
And I will then be off to Red China to inquire about political prisoners. Just kidding. About the political prisoners, that is. I do not need to play a character role in the next Tom Clancy novel.
So, there you have it. I am heading out on the road again. Which means my report will be sporadic for a bit.
At least, I am not going to be bored.