Hotel Casa Grande Delicias
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Banquet room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... sight to see. We took a number of photos and I got some good panoramic shots and we were back on the train again.
The opportunity was there to spend the day in Creel which is the most populated town on the route and close to the Mexican Grand Canyon, there are opportunities to hike within the canyon but these were all 2/ 3 day hike minimums and we did not have the time. If we were completely honest we had done enough hiking in Thailand ...
... music and company or getting a coffee in a nearby cafe. Caro was kind enough to give me a lift to the bus station that night for my overnight bus to Mazatlan.
When I'd originally planned my trip to the Copper Canyon I'd barely entertained the thought of going as far as Chihuahua but after Caro's reply to my couch request I'd known it would be worth the trip and I certainly wasn't disappointed. Now on to the beach!
... reinvigorated it as a ritual site. What the Spanish wrote about it, they learned from the Aztecs, but, of course, the Aztecs really did not know or understand the original use. Most likely, the site was built in honor of the gods of fertility, as much of the construction and art seems to reference rain and the sea and the underworld (which was associated with fertility). But more on that later.
The tour began with an overview of the site … we looked down on ...
... I checked my wallet and found that they had left me my cards, so knew at least I had the two most important things - my passport and access to money.
Again, its hard to express the emotions at this point. The initial one was anger, but then I was still shaking a bit, and just wanted to get my stuff together and get out of there. Once I had packed up everything, I then started to walk the 20km back down the highway, back towards the town, where I just wanted to get the ...
... before the match. During the match, the amount of food and souvenir vendors walking around is incredible. I got a litre of Corona for $5 and some Doritos and popcorn for cheap. Tickets were super cheap: $150 pesos each. We definitely got ripped off on the taxi ride home ($150 pesos) but we had read on Trip Advisor it was a dangerous part of town so we didn't want to walk around aimlessly for too long, looking for a cab off the streets. In retrospect we ...