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... we saw for the first time, the women of the Tarahumara people. They were wearing very colorful skirts and tire-soled sandles and were selling beautiful baskets made from pine needles. They are known as a quiet and considerate people who are expert farmers and runners. Shy and private, they have retreated for the nearly inaccessible canyons of the Sierra Tarhumara.
At 8,070 ft above sea level, we disembarked to a spectacular view of the the ...
... by the end of the day!
Train ride back was less spectacular, mainly cos the windows were fogged and we weren't allowed outside. The water was flowing however after the rain, so we got some new waterfalls in. El Fuerte hadn't changed much, but it was a bit of a guessing game as to which stop it was. We were almost off the train at the one before it, which would have been a disaster! Overall, a well worth side trip from our original agenda. ...
... tour was interested in the things you wanted to do, and would help you plan your own personal itenaries. Top guy!
The same could be said about the owner of the hostal I stayed in (except she wasn’t a guy, rather a little old grandma that wanted to look after her guests like her family). This grandma didn’t order me to bed at 9 – Top lass!
There was one other guy staying in my dorm room – a guy that had recently ...
... and was pretty hard to navigate. Pedro did a fantastic job of keeping us under 'calmness' control. The photo, by the way, was taken by someone at Amigo Trails.
The road that we were on was pretty dusty and dry, as you can see from the photos. Lots of big rocks on the road and potholes. Passing another vehicle presented challenges that required patience and good humour. Usually smaller vehicles backed up to wider parts in the road. That in itself ...
... security that the fortification provided them. The Spanish Don Rafael Alonso Pastran discovered several bonanzas which produced about 48 million pesos in 20 years of mining operations during the XVIII century. Later on, at the end of the same century another Spaniard, Don Angel Bustamante, took the installations for the reduction of ore and in 30 years, 30 million pesos worth of silver were produced in the the operation of the Carmen mine.
After a period of almost 30 ...
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