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... t realise until later.
The rest of the voyage passed boringly, with the exception of the karaoke session in the bar – the least said about that the better! Approaching Topolobampo at sunset was the highlight, disembarking the ship was not! The same ridiculous process took place in reverse, we eventually met up and got away from the port (without having to pay!!) about two hours after docking. Spent the night in a vile hotel – the perfect end to a perfect day – ...
... known as the "Ramari Indians" for their ability to run through the mountains. National Geo did a document on them. We bought beautiful woven baskets from them for only $1 or $2 dollars!
Our last part of the trip was to view the Copper Canyon and the fertility Rock! We were allowed to go out on the edge of the canyon for a photos it was a bit scary that is why I was looking toward land and not down....6,000 ft down!
... the ferry terminal a kilometre or so away, the other direction to the "Malecon" (promenade along the water) where we would find public toilets. They turned out to be at a house where the owners had built them, charged 5 Pesos per use and had a steady flow of patrons. Who said entrepreneurship doesn't exist? :-)
Relieved, we sat at the chairs and tables of a nearby yet-to-open open-air fast food stall and had a lovely sandwich-picnic in the sunshine while we watched life and ...
... was convinced there would be trouble with some of the passengers not having the right paperwork or something and we'd be stuck there for ages. As it was, we were the ones that held things up! We had seemingly every border guard there having a look at our ESTA froms (the visa waiver forms you have to fill out before you go to the States) because they so seldom have people from the UK crossing into the States from the Mexican border, and they weren't used to seeing them! ...
... passed.The priest's mass is so popular that he has to open the doors on either side to allow his congregation to overflow into the street. After the service everyone spills out into the main street where the street vendors offer quesadillos and chilli and ice cream. The atmosphere is so lively and everyone had a ready smile and a 'bueno dia' for me - really. I've rarely met such happy, friendly people - that sounds crass, but truly they ...
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Leyva & Hidalgo, Los Mochis | 2 star hotelfrom $73
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Av Camaron Sabalo N 777, Los Mochis | 4 star hotelfrom $89
Gabriel Leyva & H. Valdez 525 Norte, Los Mochis | 3 star hotelfrom $75
322 Angel Flores Sur , Los Mochis | Hotelfrom $46
Bulevar Adolfo Lopez Mateos 1251-A Norte, Los Mochis | Hotelfrom $46
Boulevard Centenario No. 1135, Los Mochis | 3 star hotelfrom $78
Obregon 580 Poniente, Los Mochis | Hotelfrom $49
365 Angel Flores Sur, Los Mochis | Hotelfrom $33
Ave. Alvaro Obregon # 400 Ote, Los Mochis | Hotelfrom $41