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... people write about their travels." However, we have had several amazing incidents of people going out of their way to help us. After we found the main bus station, we signed on for an 11 hour night bus ride to Zacatecas. The first two hours wound through mountains and I was close to needing a barf bag, but then the road straightened out when we left the mountains. I took a sleeping pill and slept pretty well but not Jerry. ...
... San Martin, where got some hot chocolate to drink at the pitstop. For people eating, rather than condiments of ketchup, etc, there were different colour fresh chillies!
- 20H45 Loncheria
- 23H40 Zapopan
- 05H30 Petrol stop somewhere unknown
- 08H45 Culiacan
- 11H46 Guasave Sin
We FINALLY got to Los Mochis at around 12H30 and happily left the bus. Incredible, some people, including a man who we had spoken to and ...
This hotel made up for all the **** and unnecessary waiting that we had to put up with to get into the country. Just outside of the city, the hotel appears to be a slightly mid/low grade motel but its nothing of the sorts.
For about $50 canadian we all got double rooms that included
-nice hotel artwork
-granite sinks that were designed as a solid piece with an angled rectangle cut out of them with a ...
... definitely were being looked at by everyone there, but didn't feel at all threatened, and the food was actually pretty good, we headed back out on the road. We were not sure how far we were going to get today, we hadn't made Hermosillo yesterday due to time spent crossing the border. When we eventually went through Hermosillo, we got lost for the first time in Mexico, think it may happen a number of times as sign ...
Take a generic commercial town and blend it with a cultural village, and you have Los Mochis. It was kinda weird actually... There was a huge Ley (think Mexican Wal-Mart) right across the street from a bustling market where they sold pigs feet and snout by the kilo.
The town was very progressive with their parks and trees. At one large park, it was packed with people running and working out, while kids played in ...