THE LAST BULLFIGHT – A Satire by Mexico Writer David de Los Angeles

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The Last Bullfight

Humor by Mexico Writer David de Los Angeles – Pub. Amazon 2012

The Last Bullfight book by David de Los Angeles

A toro escapes a bullfight, crosses the border causing an international incident between the USA and Mexico.  The citizens of each country fearing the other will kill the bull, are demanding possession. The story involves comedic scenes of the military trying to locate it, the Presidents of two countries sparing over it, bull fighting as black comedy and a lazy-assed reporter who can’t stay out of trouble.

The reader will be cheering for the bull as it gets in and out of trouble leaving chaos in its wake on both sides of the border. The Last Bullfight is available from on Kindle format.

Review of  Books The Last Bullfight and The Tequila Train                                                                                                        by Veritas Press, Mexico City DF

(Trans) The Last Bullfight – by David de Los Angeles was written from the bull’s perspective as much as the matador’s. A humorous book on the surface, it also probes deep into the passions, fears and black humor that color this ancient event that is so much a part of our Latin Culture.

The Tequila Train is a compilation of Angele’s stories recounting experiences as a travel writer including one of his most popular stories of a mad ride on the Tequila Express Train. He shares his search for a Cuban cigar that took him to Havana Cuba, tales about Mexican beer, fine Mexican wine and Damiana the liquor we Mexicans call Aztec Viagra. Prepare to be greatly entertained while being informed about these unique and wonderful treasures that await you in our magical country.


Lic. Max Sandoval y Castille

Editor Associado                                                                                                                                                                                                      Veritas Prensa, Mexico DF

Tijuana has a bullring by the sea, just steps from the Pacific Ocean and the US/Mexican border fence.

Author David de Los Angeles on the Mexican side of the US Mexico border wall near the Tijuana bullring by the sea.  This section of the border wall has over 400 wooden crosses attached to it representing Mexicans who have perished crossing the border seeking a better life.

Wedding chapel – The One and Only Palmilla, Cabo San Lucas Baja California – Photo by David de Los Angeles

This matador will never have children…

The Last Bullfight book author David de Los Angeles with a little margarita.


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Profile: DAVID de LOS ANGELES – Author, Photojournalist, Business & Travel Writer, Website Designer, Artist



Healthcare Tourism Marketing Expert,   Business & Travel Writer, Website Design, Internet Marketing, Photojournalist, Artist-           

David de Los Angeles, is an American and Mexican writer, photojournalist and artist.  Originally from Los Angeles California he has lived in both Mexico and the USA for many years – becoming a Mexican national in 2007.  He writes on a wide range of subjects including:  Business and Personality Profiles, Travel Destinations, Resorts, Hotels, Spa’s,  Health, Healthcare Tourism, Food & Wine, Fine Dining, Art, History.

De Los Angeles graduated from Los Angeles Chouinard Art Institute (CalArts) in Fine Art and Advertising followed by MBA, Architecture and Finance studies. He has had art exhibitions at museums and galleries in the USA and Mexico.

He has been a Westin Hotel Continental Chef, Building Contractor, Senior Officer at Chinese, Latin and American Banks and has written hundreds of articles for newspapers, magazines, ezines, publicity and website copy for clients. His photo-documentation of his subjects has been published in international magazines and newspapers including Knight-Ridder publications, London International News, Luxury Avenue Magazine, Mexico City Excelsior News and many others.

The Tequila Train – A new book by David de Los Angeles

Take a ride to Mexican heaven and hell and back in one  day on the Tequila Express Train with author David de Los Angeles. You will enjoy this collection of short stories highlighting the important things in life including tequila, Mexican beer, wine, Cuban cigars and Damiana Liquor – the legendary spirit known to Mexicans as Aztec Viagra.  Published by Amazon 2012.

Publications and Business Clients:

International London News – Luxury Avenue Magazine, Knight-Ridder Publications/Cabo Hotel Association – Visit Los Cabos Hotel Room Book, Los Cabos Magazine, Los Cabos, Destino Magazine, Mexico Dental – Print & Ezine articles, Discover Los Cabos Newspaper, Baja Insider Ezine, Gayot Hotel & Restaurant Guide, San Diego California Guide, Dallas Ft. Worth Texas Star News, Condo, Cabo News

Hotels & Resorts: Copy Writing, Articles, Publicity

Balderrama Hotels Los Mochis, Divisadero, El Fuerte’, Cabo Surf Hotel, Hacienda Encantada Hotel, Marina Fiesta Hotel, Cabo Cush Hotel, La Concha Hotel La Paz, Sea Spa, Wyndham Tesoro Resort, Westin and many others.

Take a Mexican Dental Vacation - Visit to find a Cabo dentist

Take a Mexican Dental Vacation – Visit – BCMD Assn. client of David de Los Angeles

Business Clients: – Website Copy Writing, Press Releases, Original Content Articles

Cabo Adventures, Cabo Golden Zone, Desertica Multi-Adventure Park, The Shoppes at Palmilla Interlinqua Language Schools, Cabo Yacht Center, Century 21 Real Estate, Coci Homes, Guadalajara Tequila Express Train, Sonora Ministry of Tourism, Mexico’s Copper, Cabo Submarine, Caborey, Princess Cruises, Cabo Yacht Center, Canopy Extreme Adventure Tours, Wide Open Adventures, Cabo Karting Center, Pez Gato/Tropicat, Spin Doctor Cruises, Mike Doyle Surf School, Cabo Surf Hotel’s Sea Spa

Restaurants: Website Copy, Contact Pages, Magazine Articles, Press Releases

Cabo Puerto Paraiso Mall – Amerone, Harley Davidson Café; Arts & Sushi, Baan Thai, Baja Cantina, Billigan’s Island, Baja Brewery Company, Baja Lobster Company, Blarney Castle’s Brennans, Brazil, Casanova’s, Casa Rafael’s, Don Emiliano, El Chilar, El Spicy Cooper, El Matador, El Patio, Hacienda Encatada Hotel’s Las Marias, Hemmingway’s, Jazmins, La Bodega, La Casa Country, La Dolce’, La Golondrina, La Panga Antigua, Los Corsarios, Local Eight, Lorenzillo’s Lobster House, Puerta Vieja, Mango Deck, Mariscos Mazatlan, Mi Casa, Miguel Loco’s, Morgan’s, Nowhere Bar, Ole’ Ole’, O Mole Mio, Presto Italian, Red Martini Bar, Solomon’s Landing, Sunset De Mona Lisa, Trattoria, Tulipan, Tequila’s, Tropicana Hotel Restaurant, 7 Seas Restaurant, Sheraton Hotel Girasole, La Pergola & Pitahaya’s; Cabo Fiesta Americana Hotel’s Rosatto, San Jose Del Cabo Presidente Hotel’s Alfredo King of Fettuccini, Sea Queen, Shrimp Factory, Villa Serena

Medical and Dental: Clinics, Doctors, Dentists: Articles, Publicity, Website Copy, Medical Tourism

About Mexican Dentists, Mexico dentists, Dental Travel-Asia,  Cabo Cosmetic Surgery, Dr. Serrano Optometrist, Dr. Rafael Cabanas y Cabanas, Board Certified Mexico, Puerto Vallarta Dental Excellence, Cabo San Lucas Dentist – Dr. Hernandez, and other Mexico Dental – Specialists & Clinics

Personality Profiles:

Pedregal’s La Capella Developer Juan Diaz, Las Mananita’s Developer Mike Schaible, Cabo Harley Davidson owner David Comartin, Surf legend Mike Doyle, Dr. Serrano Opthamologist, San Jose Del Cabo’s Padre Juvencio, Cabo Plastic Surgeon Dr. Liceaga, Puerto Vallarta Doctora Terre Valle,  Cabo Dental Specialist Dr. Rafael Cabanas y Cabanas

The Last Bullfight – by author David de Los Angeles



 A toro escapes a bullfight, crosses the border causing an international incident between the USA and Mexico.  The citizens of each country fearing the other will kill the bull, are demanding possession. The story involves comedic scenes of the military trying to locate it, the Presidents of two countries sparing over it, bull fighting as black comedy and a lazy-assed reporter who can’t stay out of trouble.

The reader will be cheering for the bull as it gets in and out of trouble leaving chaos in its wake on both sides of the border.

Published by, available on Kindle

Writing Clips-

Mexico’s Copper Canyon by Hummer for Balderrama Hotels, Sinaloa Mexico

Sinaloa Mexico – Story – Published in numerous newspapers and online.

The Aztec yellow Hummer plunged into the river torrent with the confidence of a Bradley tank, dislodging rocks and small boulders in the process.   We hardly noticed the water rushing past the doors, or the holes underwater big enough to swallow a Jeep, as we indulged in Mexican pastries and strong Chiapas coffee thoughtfully provided by the Mirador hotel’s concierge.  Let nature dare get in the way of this Eco-expedition….

Mayan Princess – Puerto Vallartya (Gayot Restaurant review)

Explore, experience and indulge in Oaxacan cuisine at Mayan Princess restaurant.  Oaxaca is Mexico’s Garden of Eden where a myriad of varieties of food crops, herbs, spices, (cocoa), wildlife and seafood abound.

Chef Juan Gonzalez lived among the areas indigenous peoples studying their food and cultures…  His rich and flavorful traditional Mole’ (mol-lay) sauces can take 2 days to prepare out of dozens of ingredients.   I tried the Mole’ Negro Artesanal served with honey baked duck.  The duck was succulent and the spicy chocolate Mole’ – thick and delicious.  In Oaxacan cooking, the sauce IS the focal point.  What’s underneath is secondary…..

Interview with Surf Legend Mike Doyle   (essay/interview – Destino Magazine)

In Mike Doyle’s autobiography ‘Morning Glass’ he tells of his first ride on a surfboard as a 13-year-old gremmie. “Tiki Mike” caught and rode the wave, then bailed into the water spread-eagled and got whacked in the nuts by the heavy mahogany board.  And he’s never stopped loving it….

….When the surf was down – creative play would often set in.  Doyle and his buds experimented – inventing surf wax in the back yard, made board shorts of boat canvas, acted in early surf movies, and designed and shaped surfboards.  Doyle invented the soft surfboard and the snowboard, both ultimately providing fun and excitement for millions.

Celebrate Mexican Independence Day by Dining on Chile en Nogata       – Rocky Mountain News

Beginning in September at dinner tables all across Mexico, people celebrate Mexico’s independence from Spain by enjoying the national dish Chile en Nogata.  This patriotic dish is true Mexican haute cuisine combining fruits, creamy salsa, pork, beef or pollo all stuffed into one colorful entrée reflecting the green, white and red colors of the flag.  Fireworks not included….

Mexican Weddings  Los Cabos Magazine

A wedding in Mexico should definitely make ones short-list for that Special Day in your life. Mexico rivals Hawaii in the number of tourist weddings performed, just behind Las Vegas… …A wedding ceremony is a highly visual affair. A ritual held among towering palms, desert fragrances and azure seas is what wedding albums are made of.  Add amenities like spa treatments, fine dining, incredible surfing, all night partying in decadent nightclubs, perfectly mixed margaritas and you’re having a wedding in paradise…

DENTAL TOURISM IN MEXICO  pub online on numerous sites

photo cancun jet skis

For decades, American seeking affordable dental care have been day tripping across the US/Mexican border.  Mexican dental training is as good as back home with Mexican dentists often using the same equipment and materials ordered from the same catalogues as their counterparts back in the USA…

Mexican surgeons, doctors and dentists have been featured on National Geographic, The Discovery Channel, ABC Good Morning America, The NBC Today Show, and in the NY Times.  Dental Vacations are simply where one enjoys a free vacation off their savings on dental work in an exotic vacation resort destination such as Cabo, Cancun, Mazatlan or Puerto Vallarta…

 Mexican Rustic – Furniture Salsa  (Los Cabos Mag.)

Mexican Rustic furniture involves elements of Native Indian, Spanish Colonial, Arabic, Mexican Ranchero and sometimes – even Chinese influences.  Americans view it as Southwestern or Santa Fe style while Mexicans view it as a national style.

Mexican rustic furniture is made primarily from soft Mexican pine that grows abundantly in the Sierra Madre mountains near Durango and Chihuahua.  Tarahumara and Tepehuane Indians inhabited the land for centuries prior to the arrival of the Spanish.  After the conquest, the Spanish Crown instigated lumber and furniture production in the region utilizing indigenous Indian labor….

….Today over 500 years later, the tribes are still at work producing wood products on their reservations with demand growing due to the popularity of the furniture in the USA and at home in Mexico.

New Mall Opening Soon In San Jose…   What new mall?

(Discover Los Cabos)

Driving down the four-lane into San Jose del Cabo you pass right by it – hidden away behind Waldos, Burger King and Leys Market are twenty-five more new stores slated to open (God, hurricanes and workers willing) before year-end.

This project should get an award for being the slowest construction project on record.  For over two years the project has been stalling and crawling its way to completion.  It has survived a sale, investor finance changes, a difficult hillside building site, architectural design changes, workers lost in a Mexican time-warp, and a couple of near-misses from hurricanes…

Artwork and photography by David de Los Angeles can be purchased at: Fine Art America –

Below – Copies of original drawings (12-2012) – computer enhanced and available for purchase framed or card stock in various formats from Fine Art America.




Mexico writer David de Los Angeles accepts assignments including feature articles, art commissions, ghost writing, bios, business articles, travel and healthcare topics.

David de Los Angeles – Author, Photojournalist, Business, Travel Writer, Fine Artist