Holiday Inn Express San Luis Potosi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... just say that I didn't believe the sign and paid the price. In fact I think I'm a little lucky to be alive all things considered. I wish I had a GoPro on the bike recording everything because words can not do it justice.
The plan was to ride from Creel to Batopilas, both towns I had visited years ago during my first foray into Mexico. The first part of the ride was amazing, maybe the best I've ever done even taking into consideration the near constant rain, although it ...
... became pretty intense weeks before my arrival, which continued during my stay with her. She took me everywhere by busses, crossing sometimes the entire city on a two hour ride. My best experience was going to a circle dance meeting that I had been told about by Fleur, a South African circle dancer that lives in Argentina. Bettina was the host and we danced on her rooftop. There were 10 of us. For a mid winter's night it was very pleasant out.
Buenos Aires seemed ...
... full of adventure and frolic. Jose-Juan, mentioned in a previous blog, took it upon himself to show me how a Mexican student plays the game. It is for this reason am currently exhausted and damp, camping out in the San Luis Bus Terminal 2 days after my due date of departure from this city. As you will see from my pictures, I took a trip to the boarder of the rain forest, to swim in the most delicious fresh-water you could imagine. I ...
These springs churn out huge volumes of water, 70,000 gallons an hour! - you can see them spewing out water & big chunks of debris - the water is warm, fresh & clear. Obviously venerated by local people as childs skull, bones & other offerings found. Also, with several caverns to explore, it's great fun diving.
Definitely worth the detour. Even saw my first ever roadrunner on the way.
... were on our way to explore the downtown.
This after all was Christmas Day and we had spent a good part of it on a bus traveling from Guanajuato to San Luis Potosi, another one of central Mexico's beautiful former silver mining towns.
Speaking of former silver mining towns, I was immediately drawn to the name of San Luis Potosi due to my memories of Potosi, Bolivia. The town in Bolivia is famous for its silver mines that once financed ...