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Travel Blogs from Los Mochis
Before leaving my hotel in Alamos I had a long conversation with the owner about what roads to take. I showed her the map and talked about how i would like to be on some dirt roads and get away from all the highways and pavement. She looked at me like i was crazy but told me it was doable and that it was not dangerous. I gave my hot rod a once over: made sure i had ...
... cool down, but I am sitting outside, with Kona,
Cathie is making tea to enjoy with Rachelle's Nanimo bars, mmm. Oh,
and we had delicious veggie currie tonight. Life is tuff here on the
road. We may check out a little of Copper Canyon before venturing
further south tomorrow.
Just a short story today, but lots of photos, thanks Cathie.
Que descansen bien
Los tres amigos
... an OXXO but just for cold-drink and "Tostadas", yummy giant, crunchy, round tortillas - not hot chocolate but still big kids stuff :-)
The walk to the ferry terminal seemed a bit longer than we were expecting but we got there in the light which was our aim. A kind taxi driver returning from dropping someone off pointed in the right direction and shouted to us to make sure we knew where to go. How nice :-)
Inside the ferry terminal we had a fun time with the ticket lady ...
We walked across the foot bridge from the U.S. into Tijuana Mexico without a question being asked. We had allowed ourselve plenty of time for this border crossing and were most surprised with how easy it was.
On our minds now was the famous train journey called the "Copper Canyon" which is written up as one of the great train journeys of the world but first we had to get ourselves to Los Mochis.
... playground. We found this snazzy stand where a lady was selling unpainted ceramic figurines that you can paint yourself for unbelievable prices. We painted two of them for only $2. Since the paint was so thin, we had to put on like 4 coats, so it took us about 2 hours. Best $2-2hour entertainment ever.
For dinner, we finally got a bit bored of eating tacos and decided that we needed some American loving. KFC just ...