Cinco de Mayo, Tequila, Tex-Mex & Chelada?

Feliz Cinco de Mayo! Here's to fine Tequila, Tex-Mex and Clamato!! I just got back from a suburban Cinco de Mayo experience at Chevy's in Solana Beach. At first, I wasn't happy about only having a chain Mexican restaurant close to my place. A far cry from me back in the Porto de Angeles (Port…

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Fortaleza Brazil with Sandro Marino

“Best Job in the World” (Not In Queensland!)

A few years ago, The Queensland Board of Tourism posted a video application for the "Best Job in the World". You might remember it, there was a viral buzz about the opportunity. They offered to hire a host for a 6 month contract to document the experience on Hamilton Island and broadcast it to the world.…

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Encinitas Street Fair BEEBO

Encinitas Street Fair | Encinitas California | San Diego Event

It was a beautiful weekend for the Encinitas Street Fair here in Encinitas, California. The sun was out, the air was crisp and clear, the people watching fun as always and the Jamaican jerk chicken delicious!  I had a great time people watching and talking to a few of the vendors I liked in the…

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La Jolla | Fallen Eucalyptus Tree | Girard Ave

Hi all, just wanted to post an interesting site I came across yesterday, a 150 year old eucalyptus tree was blow over in La Jolla, San Diego and it crushed a few cars!!! Lucky no one was hurt. Local News

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Cismontane Brewing Company | Microbewery Tour | Beer Tasting

Last week we paid a visit to the new microbrewery Cismontane Brewing Company in Rancho Santa Martguerita, here in sunny Southern California. Very unassuming to look at the relatively small storefront from the outside, but when you walk in you can see into the back where all their beer making equipment is all in place…

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Art LA | LA Art Show | Art Los Angeles

  On Thursday, January 20, 2011 I paid a visit to the Los Angeles Art Show, joining the artist and insider of the brazen business of art dealing, Renee Miller. With works of Rembrandt to a tribute of Basquiat: Painting, sculpture, works on paper, photography & video, a great display of fine art from over…

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Mammoth Snowboarding | Ski Mammoth | Mammoth Lakes CA

Snow-bunny spotted on top of chair 14, Mammoth Mountain in Mammoth Lakes CA! Haha! New Year's eve has never been more white, there was a break in the weather for Mammoth snowboarding at epic proportions! I personally ski Mammoth, see my powder turns here: Ski Mammoth & Mammoth snowboarding at Mammoth ski resort, Mammoth Lakes…

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Turkey Day, My Waist & the Holiday Diet

Hello my fellow holiday gluttons,   I hope you had a great Thanksgiving day and stuffed yourself with the good stuff! I have a new game I play on this holiday; How much turkey, stuffing, creamed corn, yams and cranberry sauce can I eat and how much weight can I put on during this feast?!    Odd, I know, most…

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PeachFur Review | Wholesale Fleece Blankets | Fleece Jackets

Well it's cold again and it's going to get colder! I was hoping for an Indian summer, but that didn't happen, so I just dug out all of my blanks from the linen box in storage. I pulled out a chenille blanket, a real nice, shiny, navy blue blanket, but it feels to cold to the touch on a cold night. I…

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Kodak Playtouch Review | Kodak zi10 Review| Camcorder Info

I'm now a proud owner of Kodak's new PlayTouch or Zi10 HD pocket camcorder. I was waiting for the release and am stoked to have the latest and greatest hand-held HD camcorder out there. It has a 3-inch touchscreen, in-camera editing, and 1920 x 1080p recording. Other features include: Share button for direct uploading 5-megapixel…

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