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... people write about their travels." However, we have had several amazing incidents of people going out of their way to help us. After we found the main bus station, we signed on for an 11 hour night bus ride to Zacatecas. The first two hours wound through mountains and I was close to needing a barf bag, but then the road straightened out when we left the mountains. I took a sleeping pill and slept pretty well but not Jerry. ...
... hour or so. But not before trying the local speciality, "burritos de machaca" - stewed and shredded beef in a tortilla.
Belman and his friends, Manuel and Christina, let us squeeze us into their car with our mochilas grande (big backpacks) and kindly dropped us off as the other bus station. Thanks for the Mexican hospitality, amigos! ;) Feliz Navidad y Nuevo ano!
... San Martin, where got some hot chocolate to drink at the pitstop. For people eating, rather than condiments of ketchup, etc, there were different colour fresh chillies!
- 20H45 Loncheria
- 23H40 Zapopan
- 05H30 Petrol stop somewhere unknown
- 08H45 Culiacan
- 11H46 Guasave Sin
We FINALLY got to Los Mochis at around 12H30 and happily left the bus. Incredible, some people, including a man who we had spoken to and ...
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.
... by the teenage girls running the juice shop on his first outing. On several occasions, we’ve been stared at (it seems to be acceptable in Mexican culture to do so) but the laughing was a bit more than Jeff’s ego could take.
In the morning it was pack up and time to go. Los Mochis had never been an intended stop and even the guide books didn’t have anything that really interested ...
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