Korachi Hotel and Cabins
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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 ...
... machine gun so I wasn't going to argue!
Our weekend destination was in a little town called Creel. Awesome little spot! We had walked the length of the main street in the time it took us to remember what our hotel was called. As this area is home to the native indians there were plenty of colourful outfits and gorgeous little snotty nosed kids selling hand women baskets. (It was cold up here so snots are forgiven!) Through some ...
... identical train, with a couple of identical additional carriages thrown on the back! This was on the Friday, so I had a free day to explore and went out by the river to see some petroglyphs…
I still haven’t forgiven petroglyphs since a particularly **** day in Peru, where I spent a good 8 hour round trip to see a stencil in a rock, got given the worlds map and burnt in some death valley. Maybe I’m not the archaeological type, ...
... more interesting town than the final stop in Los Mochis. Creel is a funny little logging town with only a few streets, but it's the jumping off point for bike rides, hikes and tours of the canyon. Actually, it's a number of canyons all strung together. We're staying two nights in Creel since we arrived at 5 PM and want to spend the day tomorrow exploring, hopefully by rented bicycle, if the bloody rain stops. We had dinner at a colorful restaurant on the main street ...
... clothing - a linen-like full skirt with other skirts over it, a big loose blouse and they were barefoot or wore sandals (huraches) made from rubber and lacing. Many of the men and boys wear jeans and a T shirt but we did see several men in traditional white loincloths (sapetas) held up by a belt and sandals. We also saw a lot of people wearing bandanas or headbands that were a very bright red.
The Tarahumara people are reknowned for their high ...
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