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Torreon is an industrial city in the north of Mexico, I was for once off the tourist trail and taking the opportunity for some Mexican hospitality. My time there was a nice step change from my recent travels and I've rarely felt more welcomed. I had been invited to stay with the lovely Liliana, who I'd met back in Merida, at the start of December. We'd hit it off spending a day together on a tour followed by a fun night on the tiles. Liliana had then very kindly extended an invitation ...
... was beautiful, warm and sunny. We had planned on doing a hike but after sussing out that the shops in town all close on Sunday, we decided to swap our days around. It was day of the dead here - much bigger than Halloween, so we followed the well worn path out to the Graveyard to check things out. We were adopted by a street dog on the way. She decided we looked more exciting than chasing cars up and down the main street all day. We called ...
... I got on the train which was ranked by Lonely Planet as the number one best train ride in the world… After spending six hours on it to get between El Fuerte and my initial base in the canyon, Creel, I’m still not sure. Parts of it were really awesome, but only maybe a 20 minute section – I was kind of expecting it to be hovering above the rim of the Canyon’s but that never really happened. I also got in a big argument with one ...
... from the northern U.S. to Argentina! Wow! I guess I'm most excited about dusting off my long dormant and very rusty Spanish. I studied it for 7 or 8 years from junior high school into college, but my speaking ability is pretty limited. Still, I have my daughter Sidra's little vocabulary book and it's helping. I had limited conversations or asked questions of a number of people today. Feels good! Hope to keep those old geezer neurons firing and ward off impending ...
... clothing - a linen-like full skirt with other skirts over it, a big loose blouse and they were barefoot or wore sandals (huraches) made from rubber and lacing. Many of the men and boys wear jeans and a T shirt but we did see several men in traditional white loincloths (sapetas) held up by a belt and sandals. We also saw a lot of people wearing bandanas or headbands that were a very bright red.
The Tarahumara people are reknowned for their high ...
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