“SWIRLING RIVERS, TINY ISOLATED VILLAGES AND BREATHTAKING LANDSCAPES”
RIO GRANDE. THE RIO GRANDE RIVER IS PLACED ON THE BORDER OF THE U.S AND MEXICO. ALSO,SOME OF THIS RIVER TRAVELS UP INTO PARTS OF TEXAS AND NEW MEXICO. ANOTHER THING ABOUT THIS RIVER IS THAT IT EMPTIES INTO THE GULF OF MEXICO WHICH IS ALSO PART OF THE ATLANTIC OCEAN.
We are standing from U.S soil ( State of Texas) looking at this cute little town called Boquillas Del Carmen, Mexico. The whole family really had a good time and enjoyed the hike except it was 105 degree weather in the Rio Grande desert. Boy. you have no idea how miserable I was. Haha!!!
Look at these three.. Yup, they got all red from the heat of the sun! I can’t believe it’s already October and still raging hot in Texas.
Prickly Pear Cactus Flowers ( Image source) & Mesquite Fruit ( which btw, it’s so very delicious) are everywhere in Texas!
The ” Rio Grande River” separates the U.S and Mexico. How can you forget such a spectacular view?
Have you ever looked out at a breathtaking landscape and thought ” Is this real life?” There are some things in life so beautiful, that we can’t believe they actually exist, so magnificent we question the very fabric of reality and what is possible in this world.