Fiesta Inn Chihuahua
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I slept well, and took full advantage of a non-car-based sleeping area. I checked out at 11:59am...just avoiding extra charges. Tonight, a friend from Saudi Arabia (not a Saudi, but a Welsh-woman who worked there) was flying in to join me for a bit in the area; check out Copper Canyon and all that north-central Mexico has to offer. Menna was one of the main reasons Saudi was bearable. ...
... that often comes when hanging out with couchsurfers. We stayed until the bar closed and somehow I found I'd agreed to help out another CSer with recording some promotional footage around the city the next day. He needed a foreigner to film walking around some of the landmarks and looking at a map and apparently I fit the bill. It would work out great for me as well as Caro had a class to go to the next day and Coco was happy ...
... and sight seeing wasn't so easy. All the sights were on tarahumara land and they preferred you to take tours in groups of four or more. We ended up hiring a driver to take us to the beginning of each trail and then walked into most areas. Some too dicey without a guide. The "narcos" are very prevalent in these areas. We were starting to get a bit excited now. Couldn't wait to get ...
... they wanted to send me back to a place near where it happened, but I refused, and actually got taken to the head of the police, before they eventually agreed to do my statement there, and then send it across to the police over in Basaseachi. It took quite a long time to sort out, but eventually I was also able to get a translator before going through my statement for the next couple of hours. They had actually seemed pretty helpful at the time, and with the amount of detail ...
... with a nice view of the city. The city is actually quite beautiful. The cerros (somewhere between a hill and a mountain) that surround the city are quite nice scenery and the city itself is very colorful. No cookie-cutter developments here. The houses can range in architectural styles (colonial Spanish to Art Deco) just as much as they can vary in color (white to hot pink). The food was ok, but really, the view was worth it.
Again, the colleague I ...