Hotel Mision

Address: Domicilio conocido, Cerocahui, Chihuahua, Northern Mexico, 33040, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Domicilio conocido, Cerocahui.
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        Travel Blogs from Cerocahui

        Barrilocho...quite the experience

        A travel blog entry by goeran on Oct 20, 2015

        7 photos

        Day 18: and I ran again! I will do 30 minutes and my goal is to do above 6kms in that time. currently I am at 4kms at around 26 minutes. how to get my mind around to running is still a mystery. at some point I will add other workouts. got to establish my program. we arrived at bahuichivo...there is not much more to say except that the guy at the tourism office in creel shouldn't work in tourism. there is ...

        Copper Canyon

        A travel blog entry by maryjacobs on Sep 11, 2014

        18 photos

        ... none of the pictures I took reflect its true beauty. We were able to stay at the lookout point for 20 minutes which was plenty of time and then returned on the next gondola. Some of the Tarahumara were selling their goods at the lookout point. The return ride was just breathtaking and all too quickly over. There was a large restaurant next to the Gondola as well as restroom facilities and a market where some Tarahumara were selling their wares.


        Riding El Chepe

        A travel blog entry by tigerjo on Mar 07, 2014

        11 photos

        ... him I was being met by a friend at the station and he seemed somewhat appeased but still doubtful. I've definitely come across 2 wildly different schools of thought when it comes to travelling in Mexico. Many Mexicans I speak to seem shocked that I travel by myself and use public transport to get around, they ask me if I'm scared, tell me to be careful and mutter prayers and blessings my way; the others tell me how safe it is really and tell me that as long as I stick to ...

        What Doesn't Kill You...

        A travel blog entry by doove on Oct 18, 2013

        200 photos

        ... but eventually, just to keep them happy took a sip of their little alcoholic concoction which im pretty sure was something akin to metholated spirits as it burnt my face off! They seemed to be pleased so then invited me in the house – it was an open door so stood as far as the entrance point but made sure I didn’t go any further.

        At this point, the owner was saying I could sleep in the dusty back room under a table with some hay. I explained (as it was about ...

        9 1/12 hours to the bottom of the Copper Canyon

        A travel blog entry by ladyandtramp on Mar 18, 2013

        49 photos

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        We continued on to a manmade lake called Lake Arareko. It was originally used as a reservoir for Creel. You can have a picnic, rent boats or go fishing for black bass, if you want to. We just admired it as we had a long trip ahead of us.

        We drove through the middle of the Basihuare and the Copper Canyon, while Pedro told us a little about the history, culture, flora and fauna of the area. I was always looking in the cliffs to try to find ...