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Travel Blogs from Cerocahui
DAY TWENTY FIVE
Best: a cable car over the Urique Canyon
Worst: the boring nature of the Dorky Duo
Up at 0554, 8.5 in bed but not sleeping for the tail end. A shower, dressed, downloaded pix from last night of Carlos on the guitar and completed yesterday's diary, the drapes open so I could watch the rising sun. Caught the sun …
... cliff dwelling. It reminds me of when we were in Costa Rica and I was trying to find a sloth in the trees.
We turned off on the dirt road to Batolpilas. The road wasn't too bad at this stage of the trip. At one point, Pedro stopped the truck so we could admire the incredible scenery and then suggested that we take a little walk on a trail that ran beside the road. It was good to do a little walking at this point. We met up with him a couple of km ...
... have been awesome. There are 7 at this time that cover about 5 km with 2 swinging bridges included on the line. These ziplines are considered to be one of the most spectacular in the world because at its deepest point, one flies over 1,476 feet of canyon. What an incredible experience! People wanting to do this activity need to plan to get to the ...
... store for chip and drinks for later in our room (Hey! It's
Friday night you know!). As we walk back to Victor's we see a small boy we had
seen earlier at the cable car. He's dirty and small and all by himself. We
didn't have any change then so Donna gave him some gum (sugarless), this time I
have a few coins. We call him over and I give him my coins from the market,
next to nothing 4 pesos, but he proceeds ...
... 2 Cdn.). We go down quite a distance, although nowhere near the bottom, I think this is the same place my brother Bob visited several years ago when he came to the Copper Canyon. His trip (and pictures) was the reason we put this on our trip. The walk lasted 2 hours and was most enjoyable. After a rest (and snooze in Donna's case) we had dinner at the hotel and retired to our cabin. I realized at dinner what it was that was striking at ...