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Travel Blogs from Los Mochis
... pump, hope this one last a long time.
It was noon by the time I had finished the mods and had it installed
and Hazel back togeather.
We headed south and made it to Los Mochis. Nice drive, lots of
desert, we detoured off the cuota road (toll) and took the libre
(free) through a few towns, just for some extra variety. It did get
preety warm today. We have actually gone from 32 deg.F to 32 deg.C.
By 4 pm it ...
... other foods on offer at these stalls. When the lady came to open her fries stall we took that as our cue to move on.
We wandered along the "Malecon" for a while to admire the water, boats and birds and then set off for the ferry terminal. Along the way we had offers from taxis looking for a fare, quickly dropping their prices in hope as there were so many of them and so few possible passengers. We declined them all in favour of a walk.
We had a quick stop along the ...
... we didn't get our passports stamped, which is annoying because 1) it's cool to get loads of stamps and 2) we hope that doesn't mean they're going to assume that we have been in the States since the time we landed in Miami a month and a half ago and then try and make us leave or something within the 90 day period as they see it.
Got to Tucson about 7.30am. It is flat and very hot. Our hotel is possibly one of the coollest places on earth (in both senses).
... br> Somehow we awoke from our sleep of the dead to get up and have a walk around Los Mochis. Pretty drab place overall but with one redeeming quality in the leafy public square with a large and well attended colonial church at one end. Here we sampled another Mexican oddity.
Fresh coconut, hacked open with a machete, the milk poured out into a plastic bag and handed to you with a straw. The ...
... hands that were too wet....turning it into what looked very much like a little kid's mud pie!!! Granny....with all the class that comes with age smilled and took my pathetic offering and threw it on the hot metal flat top to cook! It was too thick....too wet...and too raw in the middle to be anything but just awful!! But it was fun to try....and fun to learn that one can always learn a lot about how to cook!! And, to tell you the truth, this was the most fun I had on the ...
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