Friday, June 25, 2010

James Christos, Enigmatic Tour Diary: Entry #5

Posted By on Fri, Jun 25, 2010 at 11:00 AM

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​Christos and his crew headed south of the border after throwing down in Austin, Texas, yesterday.

Austin was grand as usual. Now off to Phoenix! We actually had a day without a show so we took out time and enjoyed some of the sights of the Southwest. Along the way we caught a flat right outside of El Paso, TX. Man, hot ass I-10 ate through that mug like soft butter.

Check out Christos' Mexican escapades and video of Austin's night life after the jump.

Grabbed the spare out the trunk, threw it on and kept it moving. As a matter of fact, we kept it moving so far Southwest that we just ventured into Mexico's Northeast: Juarez, Mexico! The first thing the U.S. Border patrol says is, "Hey, you can go over there, but we're obligated to tell you that Juarez is like the 3rd most dangerous place in the world right now...behind Iraq and Afghanistan." Uh, yeah, you don't tell somebody like me that. Sounds like a party to me! So into Juarez, Mexico we went. I loved it. As a matter of fact I'll be back in Sabado (Saturday) to do a lil' spot date at the Beach night club! James Christos...Guerilla is the Movement...we in the road Biiiaaaaaaach!

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