Hotel Casa Grande Delicias
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... Mario - another indigenous person with a large family of cooks and helpers. The Lodge overlooks his home town Cerrochaui, where his people, the Tarahumara, have apparently been in residence for 20-30,000 years. He, and everybody in the vicinity, is very religious - a combination of Jesuit - hence the name - and "The Old Ways". Fortunately we had been forewarned that alcoholic beverages might be scarce, and had supplies. It was like Boarding School, except that we were the ...
There are many experiences with the Mexican Post Office that it is regarded as an out of date service. For example an Xmas card from Barry's Aunt in the UK took 15 MONTHS to arrive.
Imagine our amazement to find this Colonial post office - that is still functioning.
To celebrate we bought a post card and sent it to Barry's Mum in the UK - we wonder when it will arrive
... next traffic light. 30 minutes later I had an Ultimate Skillet in my belly and a booking made at nice little hotel. This is when I learned another valuable lesson...my GPS is not as awesome as I thought it was. As the manager at the Ramadan told me (as he verbally guided me to the hotel....after 45min of letting my GPS run me in circles), Mexico and GPS rarely get along. But the deed got done, and I was ...
... point where I had hidden my backpack. I told them to wait for me, but when I walked into the woods, they drove off, so back with all my belongings I set about walking the 15km back to where the viewpoints were. During the time, I held my thumb out, optimistically hoping someone might be able to give me a ride as it was only a short way and didn't think it would be dangerous. A red truck full of the guys I passed before drove straight past me, stopping back at the house, whilst ...
... we could get a first class bus to Creel, but there was only a clase economico. It is a 5 hour ride to Creel, no stops for food really, but many stops to pick up and drop off people, seemingly in the middle of nowhere. We were impressed with the scenery for most of the ride, beautiful hills, rock formations, and lovely valleys. So far, so good! ...