Ahoy! To all of those who stumbled into this page of Tijuana tours and adventures.
The blog has pretty much been abandoned for more than a couple of months. Things that I said I would fill in later, I never did. And ideas that I have never materialized.
Despite the page being virtually abandoned, a writer from TravelMag.com found me. And he had something wonderful to say about the tours.
Here’s the link to the article, or click the screencap.
Thanks to writer Paul Joseph for the mention.
So… why so abandoned?
Your tour guide has been busy with photography and writing. I’ve been writing every day the whole year in my own personal blog that I dubbed word vomit because I pretty much write about everything and anything. I also started a new gig as a freelance photographer for the magazine that usually runs my articles. So I’ve been pretty busy with other things that aren’t my tours.
Despite this, I have had several tours since the latest post.
And also, paid for the yearly subscription of this webpage. It was done automatically. I’m not sure if I actually wanted to do it.
My latest post was from February…
I had around eight tours since then. Very sporadic and random tours. The latest was a repeat customer with new friends. A guy from Vancouver (with Moroccan family) brought two friends from Kosovo (but that grew up in Vancouver).
It was really fun times since the last time the repeat customer visited was a couple of years ago and a lot of things changed.
And a lot of things have changed with Tijuana Adventure as well.
Though I had the fantasy to make this into a food and beer blog, I’ve been too busy to keep that going.
However, I did start becoming very active on Instagram posting a lot of food porn.
If there was a way to post everything on my Instagram directly to WordPress, this page wouldn’t be totally abandoned.
So if you enjoy pictures of the Tijuana/San Diego reader, better follow me! It’s been a steady climb of followers. Easier than my actual profile @Matingas_
Repsonse has been good with the food pics. And it’s given me an outlet to write about food.
I also did business cards for myself and for this business.
They look like this.
I don’t do private groups and most people that know me have heard of me somehow, so they know what to expect.
So I’m more exclusive now. You get a tour with a photographer, writer, and musician with SHIT TONS of stories to tell. And that’s really what makes the tours special. They are small. I get to talk to everyone. I get to tell stories. We get to know each other.
My tours aren’t like other tours.
Go to the other tours if you want a basic (yet very fun) tour.
I’m still working with Haydee if I ever need a replacement, or if I’m not available, or if people want to go to Valle de Guadalupe. She’s more knowledgeable about the wine valley than me. And she could also drive people there.
Basically, Haydee is still IN doing tours as needed.
I wish I had more tours for her. I wished I had more tours for myself. But life gets busy with other things and then time flies.