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... large seats and plentiful legroom (or perhaps that was mostly me!). The ability to get up and stretch your legs during the journey and to stand in between the train cars to take in the fresh air really made it a very comfortable journey and the scenery throughout matched the best of what we had seen throughout our whole trip.
After 15 hours we reached Chihuahua, oddly enough when booking accommodation the best value we could find was an Ibis! ...
... and dormant.
I slept well, and took full advantage of a non-car-based sleeping area. I checked out at 11:59am...just avoiding extra charges. Tonight, a friend from Saudi Arabia (not a Saudi, but a Welsh-woman who worked there) was flying in to join me for a bit in the area; check out Copper Canyon and all that north-central Mexico has to offer. Menna was one of the main reasons Saudi was bearable. ...
... with a ribbon for each woman that has gone missing...the sheer quantity was terrifying. We talked about the problems facing local communities today, the number of children left alone while both parents work long hours to pay the bills and the attraction of the drug trade for a quick buck.
We spent the morning in the city, exploring and recording short snippets of me walking in front of different monuments or looking at my ...
... Copper Canyon Real. Unfortunately the day we were to leave Creel the only ATM was out of order and we only carried limited funds in cash. The ticket office in the train station was closed so we ended up doing the bus with the locals to Divisadero which was fantastic. Lots of noise and smells!! and they seemed to be transporting everything but the kitchen sink. Copper canyon next blog ...
... continued on, walking to the other end of the town, and back to the main highway.
I walked a couple of kilometres, before a truck pulled alongside me. I told them where I was going and jumped in the back (in the open top boot part). They drove a couple more kilometres, and as it was pretty cold, invited me to sit in the back seat of the vehicle. It was at this point, I noticed they may be the guys from the village, but there was only two of them and still everything ...