So… we noticed that a big part of Latin-American culture was for the adult males to sport mustaches. What better way for us to spend our final month in Latin-America and Mexico in particular then for all the caballeros on the crew to grow them. Here we are showing the overwhelmingly successful results of our efforts. On this night at our campfire on the beach in Nexpa, Mexico, I was informed that mustaches are called “bigotes” in Spanish.
Tag Archives: Nexpa
Photo of the Week (Special Edition): Mustaches = Bigotes
March 28, 2009 – 12:01 am
By Craig Johnson | Posted in For some laughs, Mexico, Photo of the Week | Also tagged bigotes, campfire, congo hats, day walkers, fu manchu, Luna's Castle, Mexico, mustaches, questionable characters, red-heads | Comments (2)
Nelsâ€™ Notes: Nomadic Wandering Shenanigans March 15-20, 2009
March 21, 2009 – 1:35 am
The crew and our week-on-the-road-warriors (Shoppmanâ€™s sister, Katie and her husband, Nate) awoke Sunday morning in our ocean-side rustic cabana in Nexpa. Nate did some masterful mechanic tricks on the Sequoia over the weekend, so we were set to head to Barra de Navidad.
By Nels Thoreson | Posted in Expedition Updates, Food, Mexico, Trip Thoughts | Also tagged agave plant, Barra de Navidad, Hotel Plaza Jardin, jimador, Jose Cuervo, Juarez, Mexico, Oasis Hostel, Puerto Vallarta, Tequila | Comments (1)