BEST WESTERN Cumbres Aeropuerto
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... in good eats. The walk back to hotel serenaded us in Christian rock and Oasis, naturally, as it was being piped in through the trees (via speakers, of course). The Plaza de Armas was stunning at night, as Mexico seems to enjoy lighting things up when the sun retires. After some pics it was off to the hotel to turn in....we had a little drive to Creel and the Copper Canyon tomorrow.
5493km / 3413mi
... took me to a Drive Inn for afternoon beers and a chamorro (pork leg marinated in a sauce of bell peppers, orange juice and dried Poblano chillies) served with a heap of tortillas. The Drive inn was originally just a big lot with parking spots and food stands where you could buy your food and beer then sit in your car to eat. Now there are a whole host of restaurants and live music and Coco told me its a place where people often make ...
This time I have put in captions with most of the pics. Chihuahua had a very different feel to Mexico City. We got a bit lost in the dark and the alleyways were desolate narrow and grim. It didn't worry Brian too much but I was out of my comfort zone! I was pleased to move on. Very few tourists around Creel and the Copper Canyon at this time which was nice for us but a lot of places ...
... 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. ...
... back to the car.
From the street vendor, I purchased DoriNachos. "What are DoriNachos?" you ask. Exactly what they sound like- Dorito Nachos. First, the vendor slices open a bag of regular Doritos. My bag had a prize in it that I got to take out before he continued. Then, he throws (boiled) corn on top. Next comes a white crumbly cheese, yellow nacho cheese, jalapenos, and sour cream. The chips get soggy and you eat ...