Hotel Paraiso del Oso
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... literally, in this village. even the locals have no clue. all the touristy action is in cerocahui which is 20 minutes away - by bus. we were lucky enough to find some hotel and food and afterwards went to the internet cafe to investigate about cerocahui and el fuerte at once. no clue why this village has a train station or why this train station has a village or why is either one here anyway. in conclusion we went ...
... way back to the hotel, we stopped at another market near the train station where we had arrived. This was more commercial and with booths like at a flea market. The sellers were more sophisticated and felt free to call out to you. I recommend that you not purchase any goods at the train station market, rather buy them at the Gondola market or on the lookout point, or outside the hotel where they permit a Tarahumara woman to display her goods. There is ...
... and keep up with the news my trip will be trouble-free and safe.
Chihuahua station greeted me with a rabble of taxi drivers, a whirlwind of tired, luggage-laden travellers anxious to get to their respective destinations and a truck of armed soldiers overseeing the melee. My host was running a little late so after 10 minutes or so of noise and activity I found myself in the almost deserted station with 2 young Mexican women, a young child and a taxi driver rapidly losing ...
... the afternoon) that I was not actually tired, and that I had to keep on moving and didn’t have much time. At this point I noticed that stashed in the front of his trousers, so despite the rain was in a pretty desperate rush to get the hell out of there. They were still trying to be hospitable (as much as firing up a generator and playing some REALLY odd cartoon on a VHS player though the world’s oldest TV) but I started making my excuses, without wanting to offend ...
... 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 ...