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Travel Blogs from Torreon
... on the arid, dusty hills of the Chihuahuan Desert. Apparently there was a lot of water here… a long time ago. The summer days are hot—very hot. A few days after arriving, the mercury topped out at just over 111 F (44 C). Normally I would be boiling but since I have spent so many months near the equator in sweltering jungles, this was nothing. I know it’s cliché but it’s true: this is a dry heat. My Mom, unused to these temperatures, was dying and I was ...
Another beautiful colonial oasis in the desert - the fast flowing natural springs here were the basis of the town & are still enjoyed by the local population (and visitors!) today. In places the water flows through the streets in wonderfully crafted ancient aqueducts, less well crafted concrete waterways and in it's natural ...
Hotel La Siesta, Acuna No. 9, Tel: (01 842) 422-0374. Their current rates were 300 + 400 peso for 1 or 2 persons. The small, en-suite rooms come with cable TV but are a little overpriced for what's on ...
For Friday dinner, the visiting brothers and I, head over to Señora Clara Morenos. Her son, Alvero Moreno is in the work whom we also met in Chile. Her husband just had a stroke, but also came to convention. MartaVeloz came over to visit as well. Fidel Veloz, her son, lives in the Baja. Saturday we all gathered at Señora Anitas for lunch. She worked as ...
Staying up chating with the twins till the wee hous of the morning, didnt bode too well with the 5:45am wake-up call. Back over to Jaimes for breaky and then into the van for the 5 hours drive to Torreon. There were 9 workers and myself. Good times. Torreon is only 100 years old. Known for its Silver mine (largest in latin america) and the Corona plant. ...
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