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The reason we journeyed through Cabo and La Paz was to take one of the most scenic railway journeys in Central America; The Copper Canyon Railway (aka El Chepe).
The route can either start in Chihuahua or in Los Mochis, the route is 'better' some say from Los Mochis. So that was where we were going to start! The train leaves at 6am and is allegedly the only thing that runs on ...
We left Alamos this morning (driving on the street still under construction if you remember) and headed south to Las Glorias.
Any glory she had has faded considerably as the hotel/RV park is barely hanging on. But for anyone tired of glitz and noise, this is as restful as it gets.
Ocean waves to lull you and a quiet sky crowded with stars, this is an easy one to love. We had the whole place to ourselves. No one in the hotel, no other campers, no diners at ...
We will post trip information here as soon as it starts. For 2010, we will continue planning the project and look for Sponsors that are willing to invest and support the Project. All indications in that regard ...
... out of her hand by a bold turkey and jumped up screaming. The bellows of a bull across the road grew more animated when a herd of cows were slowly led around the corner and he trotted after them, visibly excited. My last view of this place was of a placid cow half-heartedly trying to shake the delighted toro off her behind, amongst guffaws of ´pinche toro cochino´ from the women who swear more often and eloquently than most ...
... in sight. Instead a small bar was filled with tables, beautifully decorated with balloons and sand art, a live band led by the grooms father and about 150 women ranging in age from 21 to about 100, only 20% of which Margot actually knew. The girls made yesterday´s beauty preparations seem paltry in comparison and looked amazing, feathers, glitter and tons of makeup everywhere. Although piña coladas were plentiful ...