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... she 'cleansed' them of their ailments. Again, my description is very simplistic and without a good understanding of divination, healing and Shamanism. The Shaman explained that it generally takes more than one session for healing to take place. She said she uses a variety of herbs and plants for healing, including peyote. The Tarahumara in this region of Mexico rely on the Shaman for most of their health care.
We boarded the hotel bus again ...
... roots in Canada. The mother explained to me they were off to visit her sister in Los Mochis and that the children in fact spoke 2 types of German along with their Spanish and Canadian accented English. Knowing little to nothing about Mennonites and their Mexican communities I was amazed to then come across another Mennonite family when I boarded the train.
Turns out there are over 100,000 Mennonites living in Mexico, 90% of which live in the state of Chihuahua since a ...
The truck left me at a split in the road, and told me to take the small path, rather than continue up the road as that only led to a school (whose idea was it to build a ******* school up there?!!!) Walked about 10 minutes up the road, where bumped into some of the first people I had seen in hours. They were full on drunk, rolling around and falling over in the bushes – consider their walking style somewhat similar to this… They muttered some words to ...
... 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 ...
... activities that were offered - the 7 ziplines over the canyon or tried out the Via Ferrata, which involved rappelling down the side of the cliff. This activity is not for anyone with a fear of heights!
We joined a group of people who were boarding the cable car. It drops down into the canyon 3 km and gave us some fantastic views of the ...