El Rinconcito | Puerto Escondido | The Eye of the Dragon

“The Eye of the Dragon,” “A Vagabond in Mexico” and the twins “9/11 La Verdad: Implicaciones” “9/11 Truth: Implications” are touring Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca,  Mexico. Just spreading the word!

Below a picture of Efi’s “El Rinconcito Restaurant” where I rent a space. They have cabins and a small campground at the beach. Reasonable prices. Excellent food and . . . exquisite sauce!

IMG_1922Vane left, Efi and Gollo right

Puerto EscondidoGollo working at the beach, to the left

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MariaMaria at Cafeolé |  Great Service!

CafeolaRestaurant Cafeolé 

9:11 La Verdad9/11 La Verdad: Implicaciones

En Español

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The Eye of the Dragon | Book Signing!

If all goes as planned The Eye of the Dragon: Stalking Castaneda will be at Bookmans (6230 E. Speedway Boulevard, Tucson, AZ) on Saturday, May 10 from 1 to 3 pm. It will be accompanied by A Vagabond in Mexico, 9/11 Truth: Implications and 9/11 La Verdad: Implicaciones.  (Timely  books!) I plan to be there too. Namasté!

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In The Eye of the Dragon, Stalking Castaneda the author has written an engaging metaphysical narrative about the work of Carlos Castaneda. He is telling his own adventures and experiences, and using these as metaphors for the actual teachings.
At the premise level, this book is focused on a fairly generic subject, but at the execution level this generic quality is lifted with a personal and unique narrative. This personal touch warms up the material and makes the work accessible to the reader. Guzman’s writing style is particularly engaging, and he has a wonderful cadence to his writing that grabs readers and holds their attention.

“A casual, honest voice.” Reader’s Digest

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9:11 New9/11: Are we cannon fodder? Grave implications!

BookCov VagAs timely as it ever was!

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The Road Again | Old (New) Kino Bay | Mexico

Old Kino Bay doesn’t exist anymore. They have paved streets, parades and fancy hotels now. 

I was late for my friend Chino (although, in a way, I immortalize him, and the village is still there, in my book), but I met his daughter, F, and left her a signed copy of A Vagabond in Mexico. She was enthused. It was a pleasure to meet her. She has her own thriving business. Clemente is living in New Mexico. I think I’ll meet with A tomorrow; somebody told me he is still in town. B seems to be in Puerto Peñasco.

IMG_1272A view from my new home, Islandia Marina, Dusk.

IMG_1274Dawn

IMG_1275The Campground

IMG_1278Islandia Marina’s awesome staff. Marta, Margarita (in the back), Ulises and Perla. They have wi-fi, and reasonable rates.

IMG_1264Leaving Nogales, from the Roadmobile

IMG_1268On the road to Hermosillo

Mexico Bound! | Travel Adventure

BookCov VagMexico bound!

A Vagabond in Mexico is going with me to Mexico. The plan is to leave next month, if The Fates do not interfere. It will be interesting to see the places I traveled through, and lived, so many years ago. I know the people won’t be there. Fine! I won’t look for them anyway. I want to remember them as they were. In truth, we are all here now. May the Spirit guide my steps. I’ll keep you posted. Namaste.

Book signing | A Vagabond in Mexico | 6/28/2011

A Vagabond in Mexico

Book signing

Mission Valley Branch Library

Summer Reading Program Event

A Vagabond in Mexico is an unusual, thought-provoking book. In particular, anyone who thinks that Mexican ‘illegals’ are easily drawn over the border should find it instructive.—Carl Franz (Author/The People’s Guide to Mexico)

Tuesday, June 28th at 6:00 pm

Mission Valley Branch Library

2123 Fenton Parkway, S D, CA 92108  858-573-5007

Don’t miss it!

Come and listen as S. (Rio) Guzman

Talks about being a Vagabond in Mexico.

You can also find the book on the kindle, the nook, the ipad, sony reader etc.

Bazaar Del Mundo | Old Town San Diego | A Vagabond in Mexico

Bazaar Del Mundo in Old Town San Diego is carrying  “A Vagabond in Mexico”. It is on the second floor of the building with a lot of  other interesting stuff and books. Their phone number is 619-296-3161

Ulea in Bazaar del Mundo

Part of the store

Bazaar Del Mundo is located at 4133 Taylor St, San Diego CA

www.bazaardelmundo.com

Groundwork Books | UCSD | United States People

A political collective and non-profit bookstore working toward social change to enable people to take control over their own lives. They are located at 0323 Student Center, UCSD in La Jolla, CA Tel. 858-452-9625 email: groundwork@libertad.ucsd.edu Website: http://groundwork.ucsd.edu/

Charles and Jasmine

The Store

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They are now carrying the new edition of “A Vagabond in Mexico” together with “Controversial Bookstore” at 3063 University Avenue. The new edition is now also in Barnes & Noble database so you can order it at any of their locations.

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