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... they were forced into a culture very different from their own as I understand it cause our host told me that tarahumaran simply don't understand the need for money because it only buys cheap things, e.g. a car. however money does not buy a pine tree or twenty litre of air. now there is a powerful thought. I expect more of this to come in peru, nepal, tibet. I am interested to find out more just not sure if it is enough to stick around in those ...
... should have been 42. Clearly, the workshop's fancy electronic pressure gauge was, to be as polite as I can under the circumstances, stuffed.
I carry a small compressor on the bike so it was a few hot minutes to put enough air in front and back to get us to a service station and set the correct pressures. So much for our good start to the day. We rode north and up into the foot hills to the smart little town of Alamos where we could spend the night ...
... was to actually see stuff, and to learn about the area from him - which we did! He was great - giving us information on: the fauna, the local native people, the history of the area, and the some of the politics of land owner ship and government aid,while showing us the geographical features. Canyon country - there are 11 named canyons on our map of the area. No one canyon stands out by itself but the immensity of the area of tree covered canyons made ...
... train a day so I'll see them back on it tomorrow. My travelling skills may be a bit rusty, I keep using the wrong words in Spanish. I also hired a bike and rode it on the left (then again..... I always did that before). On the plus side, I managed to avoid drinking a glass of tap water (which I admit I ordered by accident). The country is economically closer to the USA than Peru, plenty of phone signal and wifi. The hotel router is out in the open, I assume it's ...
... wrong way down one way streets we found a BW which was really nice and while Tracy and Marion scraped the mud off our gear. Lindsay and me did a good job of straightening our panniers which had took the brunt of the fall with two rocks.
This took several hours fortunately we appeared to have crossed across ...