BEST WESTERN Cumbres Aeropuerto
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Day 13: since we arrived early in the morning we tried at the hotel and were allowed to check into our room, very nice!! we slept until past noon, had a look at the chepe website but finished going to the supermarket and had some awful late lunch first before finally turning up at the chepe office and detailing our trip. I booked us too far ...
... We were terrified of being caught drinking, and had a considerable debate as to whether, and how, we should hide our bottles. In the end we decided that they might come in handy as window furniture, and left them.
After lunch and a rest, Mario took us for a walk to a waterfall. The next day we went for a drive around the rim of the Canyon to a very modern lookout -1800 vertical metres above the river. Then a ride in the afternoon. I use the term "ride" ...
... take in the rapidly changing scenery, we started in small town Mexico with a few dusty roads and the odd shop then about an hour in switching to hillier terrain and cactuses just everywhere! After a couple of stops in small villages where some people got on and some got off and we were offered various Mexican delicacies by entrepreneurial locals at each station we started to ascend. Considering we started at Los Mochis which is near enough sea level we ...
... I checked my wallet and found that they had left me my cards, so knew at least I had the two most important things - my passport and access to money.
Again, its hard to express the emotions at this point. The initial one was anger, but then I was still shaking a bit, and just wanted to get my stuff together and get out of there. Once I had packed up everything, I then started to walk the 20km back down the highway, back towards the town, where I just wanted to get the ...
... what I was saying in Espaņol. So another note for any budding traveler. Phrase books are also useless in hopeless situations.Cue a rapid spanish learning sesh over the next few days.
To my question “What do you look like?” with her response “Look for a White car, a purple shirt and beautiful face” I knew the adventure had only just begun. Eccentric, bubbly, out-of-the-box didnt quite describe Fanny (Stephannie). It ...