Margarita's Plaza Mexicana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... before too long, actually some 90 minutes, a huge eared bunny and some misdirections from local folk later we actually did arrive at this lake. took some time out, of course there was no food and had a small talk with some tarahumaran girls buying a little knick-knack reminder. when back in town we turned in the bikes with a note on maintenance and went for dinner. practiced some on my ...
... The rub for me, however, was the huge gold and silver mine just to the west of the town. The mine produces great wealth; a virtual river of gold and silver. Little of that, however, gets back to the local area. The roads are in terrible condition. The miners' dormitory town of Basaseachic is a dangerous shambles so poor that one acquaintance was unable to find a single dose of tetanus vaccine after cutting himself on some rusty iron.
... a very challenging downhill mountain bike course. 3 Amigos also offer hiking, mountain biking (Specialized 29ers) and advice on motor bike tours, and if anyone wants to visit the area I'd consider joining them but let's do it in October - cooler and after the rains! We only scratched the surface of what is on offer.
At present there are many facilities in the area but not all are operating due to the lack of tourists! The past bad publicity ...
... breakfast in local Restaurant. Road side cafe really Mexican style breakfast, Beans with everything.
Distance between Yecora and Creel is 186 miles, estimated time on gps is 6.5 hours. The road follows the mountain passes and is slow going, as with yesterday dodging potholes donkeys, vultures eating road kill and occasional luxury coach going far too ...
... around town and found a suitable hotel (after seeing one in particular rather unsuitable one!) As it was Halloween I was quite excited to be in Mexico - the home of halloween (or so I thought) Turns out the scariest thing we encountered was being accosted by a bunch of spanish speaking kids in **** costumes that whinged cos we only gave them small monies! Back in my day you'd take your mandarin orange AND you'd like it!
The train ride ...