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... primos hermanos, and amigos! I wish I could name them all but there are just too much and I'm afraid to leave one of them out because I love them sooooooo much. Here are some pictures from last year when I saw them. I LOVE YOU MY RAZA!!! Here's a song that reminds me of mi pueblo lindo, ĦARRIBA SATEVO CITY! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uZY9x2O U4CA
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... coloured costumes - loin cloths & flowing blouses for the men and full length tops & dresses for the girls.
As with a lot of the organisation here the start was a little disorganised and confusing. We eventually set off on the first 22 mile loop at 6:45am, in the cool early morning. Sunrise was at about 6am and sunset would be at 7pm ish. We'd set ourselves a vague target of completing the run in about ...
... lunch. Yes, we ate again. There we ran into Sunny and George with a bunch of their friends and shared a pina colada and coconut shrimp. And I purchased a silver bracelet from one of the many beach vendors that visited our table.
We then went home for a nap, followed by dinner at the Black Forest where we enjoyed gypsy flamenco music played by Latcho and Andrea while eating traditional German food.
The only downside of the day is that I am suffering from terrible ...
The train ride through the Copper Canyons (bigger & deeper than Grand Canyon) is slow but very scenic. Especially at the Divisadero stop where you get a totally incredible view of this wonder of nature - breathtaking. Stopping at the little town of Creel in order to do some exploring through the canyons the next day, I went for a beer with a Swiss guy, Thomas, at the only open bar in town. An English girl whom I'd met early was there and was determined to educate me ...