Fiesta Inn Puebla La Noria
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... substances) - but, happily, he no longer has visions.
Phillipe, the second brother is an excellent Birdo. On Wednesday morning he took us on a river tour and walk to the local 25,000 year old Petroglyphs. He knew all the birds by song and I accumulated a list of 42 species. For the rest of our stay we lolled in our air conditioned room, went next door to the local Museum, shopped for a new hat (which I found and remodelled over an ice bucket) played two handed 500, ...
The Copper Canyon Trail is an immense 15 hour train journey from Los Mochis through to Chihuahua, the route is 418 miles long and takes in 37 bridges and 86 tunnels and reaches nearly 8000 feet above sea level. The route crosses the 'Mexican Grand Canyon' which is much larger than it's American counterpart but does not have the same vantage points which makes the Grand Canyon so popular and well known.
We left our hotel at 5am ...
... and I was very thankful that of the many things I failed to do in the US, filling up a spare gas can wasn't one of them. It also made me realize that I should always keep enough spare cash hidden away to buy 2 tanks of gas, as plastic payment doesn't often fly outside the cities, and ATMs aren't so ubiquitous in the middle of the mountains, deserts, forests, jungles....you know...my whole road trip.
... 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 ...
... Park, knowing I could return easily should I decide to stay and camp in that region. I took my small bag with all my valuables in with me.
I walked another 20 minutes or so, to reach the top of the waterfall, which whilst impressive, didn't really offer the amazing views that you would get from the other side. Unfortunately the linking bridge to the footpaths on the other side was broken, so with no way across, I returned to the main car park area and asked if there was ...