Watch Full Movie Online Minions (2015)

Minions (2015) HDDirector:Kyle Balda, Pierre Coffin.Writer:Brian Lynch.Producer:Christopher Meledandri, Janet Healy.Release:June 17, 2015Country:United States of America.Production Company:Universal Pictures, Illumination Entertainment.Language:English.Runtime:91Genre:Family, Animation, Adventure, Comedy.'Minions' is a movie genre Family,…

Back Roads of Nayarit: Remembering Hurricane Kenna

This past Saturday, October 25, marked the 12th Anniversary of Hurricane Kenna crashing into Mexico's Pacific coast. Back in 2002, the storm hit land near the fishing and tourist town of San Blas, just 2 hours north of Jaltemba Bay. Sustained winds, which reached 160mph, dropped to 140mph before the storm hit the coast…

Back Roads of Nayarit: A Trip to Tequila

Encouraged by the rising price of Tequila, and because I haven't been there for a few years, my traveling partner and I decided to visit, (you guessed right) the pueblo of Tequila. This time instead of the jeep we decided to go first class and in air conditioning. I loaded my little Nissan with an ice chest of goodies, a sample of…

Back Roads of Nayarit: Trip to the Waterfalls at El Cora (Part 2)

In Part One, we had just arrived in our jeep at the Pueblo of El Llano, where we were going to look for a guide to take us to the lower waterfalls at El Cora. We, consists of the author, Vicky Flores, my partner in our business adventures of a Bed and Breakfast and Back Road tours, and our guests, Jeff and Jane Hill. We pull in to…

Back Roads of Nayarit: Trip to the Waterfalls at El Cora (Part 1)

For a long time we had been thinking of the trip to the waterfalls near El Cora. From the top near the village – a dangerous undertaking. From the bottom – unknown trails and roads. There are three falls. Vicky, my traveling companion and licensed tour guide, had been to the top pool and falls, but not the middle or the bottom.…

Back Roads of Nayarit: Hidden Beaches and Help for the Poor

The author and Vicky Flores, who is a nurse at a local hospital and also his partner in the small bed and breakfast, “Mi Casa es Su Casa,” and Jeep trips to the BACK ROADS OF NAYARIT, are going on another discovery trip. Today we found a true gem. Many years ago a Guadalajara family purchased a parcel of land that included…

Back Roads of Nayarit: Trip to Santa Isabel and Amado Nervo (Part 1-3)

Part 1 – We are dedicated, both as a hobby, and in an effort to find new places to show tourists, to explore all of the BACK ROADS OF NAYARIT that we can. Our vehicle is a 1985 Jeep CJ7. Modified with a jump seat in front, and with extra cushions in the back, we can carry 6 persons comfortably. Late models cannot. On this trip,…

Back Roads of Nayarit: Trip to Punta Raza

It's another beautiful day in paradise. That being Rincón de Guayabitos, in the state of Nayarit, Mexico. My traveling companion Vicky, and I, have decided to check out an area that is not all that far from Guayabitos. Although I have been there numerous times, I have never made a thorough exploration. This is also a place is known…

Back Roads of Nayarit: True Adventures in Paradise: Platanitos, Crocodiles, etc. (Part 2)

In Part 1, we departed from Rincón de Guayabitos with four of us in the jeep. We stopped at Zacualpán to help some poor Huicholes and then toured the outdoor museum. We then went to Turtle Beach and had a look around. Reboarding the jeep, we leave Turtle Beach and return in the direction we had come. Noting a hand written…

Back Roads of Nayarit: True Adventures in Paradise: Platanitos, Crocodiles, etc. (Part 1)

We were sitting around the front room having happy hour with our Bed and Breakfast guests, Dave and Lenore Boroughs, and talking about having an adventure. It was decided that we would drop over and see Turtle Beach, since neither of us had been there for a few years. Turned out we found a couple of new things, like a very needy group…

In Memory of Bob Howell

Bob shared himself widely, with community, with family, old friends and new, strangers, and even strange people (an inside joke for you, Bob, on the remote chance that you are listening to me). Although Bob belonged to everyone, if you were lucky, Bob would give you a little piece of himself, an exclusive gift that was totally yours. Bob…

Back Roads of Nayarit: Trip to El Malinal

A couple of years ago I read about a small coffee pueblo, high in the mountains, that overcame the great coffee depression that is very existent today. A man named James Kosalos in the state of Washington imported an expert from Brazil, trained the growers and introduced modern processing equipment. This resulted in the production of…