City Express Silao Aeropuerto
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... purchased them at today's discounted price. If they hit the anticipated market value I'll contact you. Cathie and I got a nice neck lace each and a massaging stone. Max and Maria -Lynn also purchased some nice pieces, but they are gifts, so I will have to leave it there. After San Carlos it was time for some delicious tacos at the road side stand, before going opal mining in Magdalena. We saw a fellow ...
... and winding roads and tunnels that criss cross through the city. We spent the day walking through the town seeing old architecture and realizing that everything we saw has been there for the last 500 years. While it is a very touristic town, the locals haven't let that influence their growth. The city is built in a narrow valley. A lot of the roads are underground in narrow tunnels. Walking through the city, you can end ...
Travelling alone was kinda weird and exciting at the same time. Needing to stay on full alert. More people just randomly talked to me, teaching me Spanish words and asking if I really am from South Africa (as per the flag on my backpack). I guess a couple is less approachable than a female on her own. Families, couples, everyone wanted to chat or help me. I met a family travelling with the dad for work and a little holiday. The dad ...
... entrance was a cave filled with bright blue water and the visibility was incredible – you could see 200m if it weren’t for the rock formations in the way. Diving through the caves and swimming amongst the stalactites and stalagmites was a completely surreal experience. The water was so clear you could barely tell it was there; it felt like watching an HD video of flying through a cave. It was stunning.
After the cenotes we began our trip ...
... so we went for a delicious meal at Frascati's;
- visited the Club Campestre: Pepe and Chelo took us out for breakfast at the stunning sports/country club they belong to. I think if we lived in Leon we'd never leave this place
- bought shoes: move over Imelda, Chris has stolen your Queen Shoe crown...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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