BEST WESTERN Cumbres Aeropuerto
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... Zealand and were looking forward to more beach life! Quite a few tourists got on and off at Creel and we enjoyed the local Mexicans riding horses alongside the train as we arrived/ departed which I sincerely hope is not scripted!
Now we were entering the home stretch which like the first few hours was generic Mexican countryside, Yes, the journey is long and yes you probably should not take the whole route in a single sitting but we both ...
... roadster...now parked and riddled on the estate.
After picking up Menna from the airport, and dropping bags off at the hotel, we headed out to the main plaza to check out the cathedral and have a nice Chihuahuan dinner. We stumbled into a great little cenaderia (traditional restaurants, usually built into houses) for an awesome dinner, complete with live guitarist. We spent a good hour catching up ...
... that often comes when hanging out with couchsurfers. We stayed until the bar closed and somehow I found I'd agreed to help out another CSer with recording some promotional footage around the city the next day. He needed a foreigner to film walking around some of the landmarks and looking at a map and apparently I fit the bill. It would work out great for me as well as Caro had a class to go to the next day and Coco was happy ...
... out. I was to scared to try ask for a ride, or even look up from the road. I just kept my head down and walked about half of the way, where I came to a junction and noticed a church vehicle.
Knowing that it would be dark and unsafe by the time I got back into the centre, I flagged the guy from the Church down, and attempted to explain what had happened, and he could see I was pretty distressed by the situation, so let me jump in, and returned back towards the town. ...
... still in use, but definitely minimum security. I am told that the real prison is further out of town.
I also got to see the church of the Sacred Heart. It's a very nice church, with all the requisite stained glass. One thing I've never seen before is that in the corner, there was a rack of ribbons. Many of them had messages for the saint that the rack was nearby, and I'm guessing that the blank ones had messages mentally spoken when ...