Hotel Paraiso del Oso
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... scale of this place justice. The guide says they had to move all the building materials onto the central mountain by cargo helicopter, it's a real achievement. I've decided I want an extra day at the coast so I'm heading east to Los Mochis this afternoon on el train. I'm not expecting wifi for a while, it's only .3 Megs here and I'm the only one using ...
... in the zip line, the hotel would be happy to bring us back later this afternoon. The end of the zip line requires a hike of approximately a mile with no guide up to the top of a lookout point to take the gondola back to the other side. A few in the group discussed it, but ultimately, there were no takers. We were all still adjusting to the altitude and no one wanted to hike up to the steep lookout point solo.
The view from the gondola was amazing ...
... was sat the girlfriend of one of the train conductors who was joined by one of these armed guards for most of the trip.
The train was running about an hour late and as we pulled into Chihuahua it was around 10pm...one of the other conductors chose this moment to come and chat...giving me the helpful advice that if I was travelling in Chihuahua by myself I was pretty much guaranteed to be robbed! Always what you want to hear when arriving late at night to a new city! ...
... made out being Pantalon (presumably some kind of reference to me still wearing shorts in a monsoon…I still don’t think I’ve seen a Mexican wearing shorts yet – they need to sort that out, but seeing as most people are proudly rocking broom moustaches, they might catch on in about 80 years).
Anyway, this was one of about six guys that were still inside the small hut. They tried offering me all kinds of stuff, to which a firm no was given to all ...
... continued the ride down.
We only saw one other vehicle (the man was changing a tire), and a bicyclist! A big international bicycle race had just been run, in the canyon, called 'The Route of Adventure'. The 100 km route was a real challenge for all participants on this rough road, with variations in altitude from 100 to 500 meters with a final descent of 1500 meters ending in Batopilas. We saw markers for the race all along the road.