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... passes as we chat and enjoy the incredible food on offer.
After a long day on my feet I get back home to chill out for a bit before going to meet Carlos, a CSer from Guadalajara who replied to a thread I posted about making a trip to Real de Catorce. We meet for coffee and within half an hour are making plans for a camping trip leaving the next morning at 8am.
I'm sad to be leaving San Luis so soon but the desert is calling!
... Tońo, and of course his parents, Carlos Sr. and Blanca were amazing. I was welcomed back into their home and treated with such warmth and generosity it really was difficult to leave.
So this is goodbye again but I hope it's more like, hasta lluego y no adiós. ˇEnvió besos y abrazos muy fuerte a todo la familia Villarreal y mis amigos potosinos! Ustedes tienen una casa en Toronto siempre.
... fantastic people but none more so than her best friend who became my best friend in Mexico, Carlos. I had many, many great adventures with Carlos, Angie and their friends and that time in Mexico will always have a special place in my heart. As if that wasn't enough, Carlos' family took me into their home as if I was one of their own. His parents, Carlos Sr. and Blanca, and his sister Lily were always so kind and ...
... and had not seen any. But it was now definitely too late to attempt a ride back to Creel. I did not want to be on those slick, canyon roads in the dark.
I rode to the junction and found a large house that looked like it might be or had once been a hotel but there was no sign and it was deserted now. I checked the doors but they were all locked. There was a shed of sorts that housed a large water tank, some firewood and various odds and ends. It had a roof and three walls, ...
... space preserve" would be more suitable rather than a botancial garden. It also boasted two "ruins" which we visited. One ruin was an 1800's house that had fallen down. Not nearly as impressive as Palenque, but having a "ruin" probably helps sell tickets. Shouldn't something be at least 500 years old to be a ruin? We spent a good part of the afternoon trying to come up with a proper definition for "ruin." In total, the garden is probably about ...