Hacienda Del Rio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... we jumped into another cab to take us to Mercado Hidalgo which is another market, but more of a locals food market.
It was also very small, and smelt amazing. Almost every stall had a good selection of fresh and dried chillies out the front which gave the incredible aroma and there was lots of dried pulses and seeds and fresh delicious looking fruits.
There was a guy with a huge pile of coconuts and a big machete type of knife, who was chopping up coconuts ...
... minutes alone in their new home. After about 5 minutes, we knocked on the door and we all piled in the house. They had obviously been crying and were highly emotional. Eventually Rebeca was able to thanks us all and perhaps most poignantly said, "we are all family now and we are welcome anytime". As you may expect, we all left the house in tears. We cleaned up the work site and took a number of group photos. Earlier in the blog I mentioned that we wired the ...
... is Paso's. All in all for 3 main courses, a beer, 2 cokes and cheesecake cost 550.00 Paso's or $40.74 American which was really cheap. I had a Caesar salad which is still the original recipe and this is actually the place where this salad was invented.
We left there and went back to Rays shop and did a bit of shopping there and woke our driver up and decided to make a move. Check out the photo of us in traditional Mexican clothes and sombrero.
We then ...
... a savior in years to come. Any country in the world and you purchase the sim with a new cell# each time and there you go. I found in the U.S. you have to have your phone for 2 years before the phone companies unlock it for you to use internationally. It is all so complicated and expensive, but also found using an app called "WhatsApp" costs only 1 Swiss franc vs 12 Swiss franc for a text. Everyone using it though, has to be on the Whatsapp.
... didn't feel like an ending, only a pause.
But now it does, and in a content way, I'm ready to stop pedalling, for now at least.
The US has been full of surprises. It's been tougher than expected and the cycling demanding in a way that was different to Canada. Constantly undulating road progressing to some big, steep climbs. In this past section alone there were 6, one thousand foot passes to tackle within 3 days. The traffic also has continued to get ...