They say you always remember your first time, and I suppose they're right...
It was around 1am in a seedy little bar in Guadalajara. I was already two sheets
to the wind
, and headed for oblivion when I saw her sitting alone at the end of the bar.
She was beautiful...so firm, and such a sweet smile...and she was looking right at me. What can I say, I was smitten!
I got up and did my best drunken, macho walk over to her (trying not to stagger much), which brought out a giggle from her. I introduced myself, and she said her name was Rosalita...such a lovely name...
We sat there and talked for a little, then she got up and told me to get a bottle and meet her outside, gave a little wink and walked toward the door. I bought a bottle of tequila and followed her out.
The fresh night air did little to sober me up, or maybe I was just intoxicated by her presence, but I don't remember much of what we talked about, I just remember walking to a hotel
on the west side of town.
It was a wild night...we laughed, cried, and loved each other until the sun came up. It was a beautiful red sunrise, but I should have heeded the warning...red skies at morning, sailor take warning!
I stood half dressed, looking at the sunrise from the balcony when a knock came on the door, and the yell, "Policia!"
I turned and looked at Rosalita lying on the bed
, and seeing her in the morning sunlight, I realized that I was with an under-aged bucket! OMG, she was barely more than a pail!
The pounding and yelling continued, and the only thing I could do was grab the rest of my clothes and make a run for it! So I jumped the balcony and took off running while I was trying to finish getting my clothes on!
I hid in alleys and back streets, and finally hitchhiked to the west coast
where I bribed my way aboard a fishing boat
that was headed out. From there, I was able to meet up with a freighter headed for the Philippines
, where I am today.
I'll never forget Rosalita, or our wild night together, but now I found Ling Mai! Smooth, lithe and supple, in fact, you wouldn't believe how flexible these Asian plastic buckets can be!