Hotel Cabanas Divisadero Barrancas
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... and drank too much.
On Thursday morning we were conveyed to the train. We were the only non - Mexicans to be seen. The USA has a danger warning out on travel through Northern Mexico in general, and Sinaloa in particular.The Train trip was excellent. We spent most of our time (only 4 hours) hanging outside at the end of the carriage taking photos. Some of which I shall include.
At Bauchivo Station, we were met by the owner of our next residence, "San Isidro ...
... the 6am train (only one a day unsurprisingly!) and arrived at the station to find a huge line of locals queueing for the second class tickets. We had decided to take the whole journey in one hit as we needed to make progress across Mexico for our flight to New York, with this in mind we pre-booked first class tickets the day before to reduce hassle and for a more comfortable journey.
Once the journey started at 6am you could not help but stay ...
... hours of mountainous driving, the city appeared before me, signaled immediately by the surprise appearance of Walmart. Not what I was expecting. Anyway, after a night in the car, and 10 hours of intense driving, a shower was odorously needed. I wanted a cheap hotel to crash in, but for that I needed the internet. I also needed dinner. And as if Chihuahua was reading my mind...and my stomach...a Denny's appeared ...
... 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 ...
... to get where I wanted. The woman said yes, but I spent another hour exploring the area, and couldn't find anything. I bumped into some kids on a quad bike who said I would have to go back along the main road (which is what I kind of thought all along).
Started walking there, when the kids drove up alongside me, and said they would give me a ride if I paid for the gasoline. I agreed, and jumped on the back, but only rode it for about 200 metres, before getting them to stop ...