Hotel Villa Mexicana at Creel

Adolfo Lopez Mateos S/N, Creel, Copper Canyon, Northern Mexico, 33200, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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Mainland Mexico West

A travel blog entry by bteam1


... and unintentionally she became our tour guide! The graveyard was busy, people visiting graves, musicians playing songs for loved ones gone and one random bloke was breaking a horse on the road outside it - just kept riding up and back, bareback but with a rough kinda headcollar. We decided to follow Chacha up the rocky outcrop overlooking the graveyard. It was a nice climb to the top and we were reqarded with some beautiful views over the town, and ...

Trains, Rocks, Hamburgers & Guns

A travel blog entry by doove


... train workers as he wouldn’t let me go round the back to take pictures, but yet it was alright to hang out the side. We were both getting pretty raaaaty with each other, but I didn’t really fancy being chucked off so eventually had to back down.

I did at least have it on a good day (these pictures aren’t my own as I lost everything from the Copper Canyon when I got robbed a week or so after), and the viewpoint over Divisadero gave ...

And 9 1/2 hours up again to Cusarare

A travel blog entry by ladyandtramp


After a too short time in Batopilas, we once again set off to take the return trip back to Creel. We saw the spectacular views once again, and they were not disappointing.

We passed little Tarahumara villages, were on the lookout for their cave dwellings and tried not to look down as Pedro backed up the vehicle on the hairpin corners. We stopped in one village where we were able to buy homemade frozen mango popsicles with a chamoy sauce - a pickled ...

Ruins of Hacienda San Miguel and the Aqueduct

A travel blog entry by ladyandtramp


... of rocks and adobe and it is amazing that the buildings have still held their form after years of dry and rainy seasons. Remember adobe bricks are made from mud (clay and sand), straw and other organic things. When it rains, you'd think that it would dissolve somewhat. The roofs have caved in and the wooden floors are gone. Probably the townspeople used some of the materials when the mining operation stopped. Bougainvilla vines grow up and over the ruins and young children ...

Batopilas Museum

A travel blog entry by ladyandtramp


... long, hard and dangerous.

Here is a great photo taken by Ivan of Amigo Trails:

We exited the museum and Pedro suggested that we go for lunch and then meet at 4 p.m. to visit the ruins of Alexander Shepherd's hacienda which we could see across the river. This gave us time to read more of Alexander Shepherd's wife's diary about her time in Batopilas, in
preparation for the visit to the hacienda.


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