Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Chihuahua
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... Zealand and were looking forward to more beach life! Quite a few tourists got on and off at Creel and we enjoyed the local Mexicans riding horses alongside the train as we arrived/ departed which I sincerely hope is not scripted!
Now we were entering the home stretch which like the first few hours was generic Mexican countryside, Yes, the journey is long and yes you probably should not take the whole route in a single sitting but we both ...
... in good eats. The walk back to hotel serenaded us in Christian rock and Oasis, naturally, as it was being piped in through the trees (via speakers, of course). The Plaza de Armas was stunning at night, as Mexico seems to enjoy lighting things up when the sun retires. After some pics it was off to the hotel to turn in....we had a little drive to Creel and the Copper Canyon tomorrow.
5493km / 3413mi
So my arrival in Chihuahua was heralded with an immediate trip to a local bar to watch some live music and down a bucket or 2 of beer. With my precarious financial situation...I needed a cashpoint stat! But had enough for beer! I hadn't actually eaten all day save for a couple of marshmallow topped cookies, so the beers (and accompanying popcorn) went down very well. Caro and her cousin were great company and there was that instant ...
... have built up an immunity.) So, for time being, I plan on treating this like a regular 3rd-world country- brush teeth with bottled water, don't eat anything not cooked or peeled, etc. The other thing less-than ideal is that the AC has no hysteresis. It's on for about 60 s, then off for about 60 s, and this goes on all night unless you want to roast.
Of course, it's better than no AC, so I'll take ...
... floor and my room. I think it was meant to be a sort of Maxicana/Texacana border colonial style - but actually it was just weird and worn out. The bed was old, the matress worn and the sheets suspiciously wrinkled. I went to the restaurant (a euphemism if ever there were one) and shunning the special offer of a kilo of meat for only 200 pesos I ate a snack and drank a Corona whilst chatting (mainly in Spanish!) with a great guy who worked ...