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... erwartet, letztendlich war es aber eine riesige Großstadt mit mehrspurigen Autobahnen, Einkaufsmalls und einer großen, aber auch sehr schönen Altstadt.
Ich verbrachte den größten Teil des Nachmittags mit einem Ausflug nach San Pedro. Mein Gastgeber setzte mich am Stadtrand von San Luis Potosi ab, von wo aus eine kleine Straße über 10 km zu der ehemaligen Mienenstadt führte. 35 km in praller Sonne zu wandern war nicht ganz ohne und so war ich froh, als ...
... shouted "centro" at us in the middle of the tunnel, at which we assumed he meant to wait here for a bus to centro. Therefore, we took the sensible decision of asking the next bus driver if he went to the theatre. "Si, si" he encouragingly said and on we got. 20 minutes later, consulting our inspirational Google offline map and finding we were FAR in the wrong direction, we asked him again and again, he confidently said "si, si!" Needless to say, we eventually ...
... 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!
... light and there were some breaks from the wet stuff. Sweeping curves, tight twisties, spooky switchbacks, all amidst stunning scenery which could only be appreciated judiciously. Let your eyes linger even slightly too long and it could be disastrous. I got in a nice rythym and pushed it a little when it was safe to do so, slowed down when the bike going down meant probable death.
It my be hard for a non-motorcylist to understand but most riders accept a certain amount of ...
... 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 ...