Travel Blogs from Los Mochis
Few pics this time as the windows on the train were dirty. We passed through some amazing canyons tho and lush farmlands. We had the cheap seats with the locals again and the carriage between us and 1st class had the armed police in situ. They seemed to storm through at random times looking pretty fearsome. Not too sure what their purpose was tho as a large group of local men in the back of our carriage spent the whole trip smoking marijuana and drinking ...
... tank of gas and even filled up my extra gallon of gas (which is strapped on my travelling gypsy caravan) - then I was off. For the first 10 miles the road was half paved half sand and was lined with small towns . After that it was just dirt and when i say just dirt i mean 150 miles of just dirt roads. The next 30 miles were dirt roads but they were ones that have ...
... cool down, but I am sitting outside, with Kona,
Cathie is making tea to enjoy with Rachelle's Nanimo bars, mmm. Oh,
and we had delicious veggie currie tonight. Life is tuff here on the
road. We may check out a little of Copper Canyon before venturing
further south tomorrow.
Just a short story today, but lots of photos, thanks Cathie.
Que descansen bien
Los tres amigos
... wanted to learn a few words of English from us, especially ¿como se dice de nada en ingles ? "you are welcome" as an equivalent to the Spanish "de nada" for "it's nothing" :-) We decided to splash out on a cabin rather than looking for somewhere to sit in the open seating - the ferry was due to set sail at 11PM and we had also heard from fellow travellers that the showers in the rooms were the best :-)
It was early so we settled down at a table to wait, and wait, and wait.... for ...
We walked across the foot bridge from the U.S. into Tijuana Mexico without a question being asked. We had allowed ourselve plenty of time for this border crossing and were most surprised with how easy it was.
On our minds now was the famous train journey called the "Copper Canyon" which is written up as one of the great train journeys of the world but first we had to get ourselves to Los Mochis.