Hotel Real Plaza
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... getting an inadvertent tour of the city and probably arriving 2 minutes from where we began. Hey ho!
It was a public holiday, as well as a street performer festival, so the city was packed with Mexican and foreign tourists, making for a brilliant atmosphere through out our time. We indulged in a bit more culture, visiting Diego Rivera's childhood home and the old prison turned city museum. However, we aren't ashamed to admit that 3 main highlights were ...
Rain and an industrial area awaited me on my arrival in San Luis Potosi...bus stations are never the best place to judge a city but it definitely didn't inspire much confidence. What a difference then when I arrived in the beautiful (hostel in the making) home of Moni and Nora and the adorable huesito and Viki, their dogs. Monica, an Italian traveller, and Nora, who's from the huasteca region of Mexico, met through couchsurfing and are now setting up their ...
I'm not usually one for going back. With few exceptions, I tend to cut ties once I leave a city. Not sure exactly why but it seems to happen and I have very few lasting friendships from these extended excursions into strange lands and none from the city of my birth where I spent the first 30 years of my life, Montreal.
So here I am, going back after 16 years to San Luis Potosi. I was a little nervous because I ...
... me and the driver rolled down his window. "Hola. ¿Donde vas?" he asked. "I'm going to Batopilas" I answered, waiting for the playful admonition of "you're crazy" or "why in this weather" or something like that. But he hit me with, "hombre, está cerrado". "¿Que?" I responded and slapped my bike, "even with this?" He proceeded to kill my dream of riding to Batopilas while solving the mystery of the strange daytime only closure. "They are building a new road and are dynamiting in ...
... San Luis Potosí bus terminal. According to the online blogs, the ordeal of said high-jacking is always quite peaceful and a good opportunity to take in the fresh desert air whilst masked men (or women, lets not be sexist here) with machetes hack away at your belongings. I have nothing they would want, I am sure, and so the event would merely be something I could offer as a spark to a dull conversation back home. You should take some time to read an ...