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... our meandering and wandering with a promise to come again some day.
The ride back was uneventful and we followed a big truck all the way to our playa turnoff. There are some really bad drivers here for sure. Why do folks tempt fate and pass on blind corners on two lane highways? We witnessed the unimaginable two times on our way back. It is a good thing Ted drove cautiously and hung back.
We checked in to our new place on the 10th floor of a ...
... deluxe digs to be sure. This is definitely not what we had envisioned cruising would be like. You’ll have to trust us, it ain’t easy but we’re dealing with it as best we can.
We were sitting around the pool Saturday afternoon when we heard what we thought were construction sounds coming from the other side of the resort buildings. We didn’t know it at the time but there is an abandoned hotel building ...
... all day in it already. To top things off, rain starts falling. Mai says that the B&B should be really close and whips out her iPhone… a dot on the map shows “Casa de Leyendas” two blocks away. We walk there and are greeted by the owner’s voice “Are you Cedric?”. We have a place to stay, it’s dog friendly, it’s gorgeous and very affordable! May the improvisation gods be blessed again.
After unloading the ...
... definitely were being looked at by everyone there, but didn't feel at all threatened, and the food was actually pretty good, we headed back out on the road. We were not sure how far we were going to get today, we hadn't made Hermosillo yesterday due to time spent crossing the border. When we eventually went through Hermosillo, we got lost for the first time in Mexico, think it may happen a number of times as sign ...
As the sun rose over the industrial port of Topolobampo the night ferry a.k.a. our purgatory, docked. An exhausted Kez and Jez loped off the back of it, hastily picked up their luggage and like lambs to the slaughter walked straight toward a group of taxis, looking for swift transportation the 3 miles to the Los Mochis train station.
We were too mentally weakened and in too much of a hurry ...