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... most of the really good parties and social events in Jeddah, and gave the rest of us infadels something fun to do on the weekends. These days she's teaching in Mexico City, so it was a short flight for her. But she was getting in at 8pm, so I had a few hours to kill.
One thing I wanted to do was check out Pancho Villa's house-slash-museum. It was hidden in an odd part of town, but surprisingly, my GPS ...
... up as my guide for the city.
The next morning Coco came to pick me up and as we drove into the city we chatted about travel, his work and the current state of affairs in Chihuahua. The area had suffered a lot of violence recently although he said things were improving, gone were the days of hearing gunshots at night. But a new worrying trend was rising, that of women disappearing. Later we would see a cross outside the ...
... Copper Canyon Real. Unfortunately the day we were to leave Creel the only ATM was out of order and we only carried limited funds in cash. The ticket office in the train station was closed so we ended up doing the bus with the locals to Divisadero which was fantastic. Lots of noise and smells!! and they seemed to be transporting everything but the kitchen sink. Copper canyon next blog ...
As we approached the junction turn off, the driver was asking for money for the gasoline, but wanted a ridiculous amount. I explained it was really close, I didn't have much money, and I would be happy to get out and walk. They ignored my requests, and carried on driving, firstly to the point I wanted to get out, and then past it. All the time they were asking if I was going to pay or not, saying I was a gringo but also asking some of the more regular questions like if ...
... the square where we could catch a bus to the main station. Chihuahua is up and coming. A lot of construction activity was going on to spruce up the long pedestrian only streets in the Centro and a beautiful baroque church proudly holds reign in the main square. Lovely area! We did, with some errors make our way to the bus station where ...