Posada Barrancas Mirador
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
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... at 8pm the sky is still blue. Unbelievably we then sit down and wolf through another three course meal. Someone thinks they saw something green on their plate... It's a false alarm and we carry on eating the steak.. Exhausted we are back at the hotel and everyone heads off to bed, except that is for the two Fitch brothers who pop into the bar for a final sharpener. Well it was our free welcome drink on the ...
... about Rio. We were smart about not flaunting money or jewelry and didn't carry much with us or walk long distances alone at night but we never actually felt unsafe. Part of that may be due to a heavy police presence (both municipal and military) in Copacabana and Impanema. - We should have had more wine in Argentina, Uruguay and Chile. It is incredibly cheap for a decent bottle ($5-6 for Trapiche) - The disparity in pricing between tourist areas and those of locals is ...
After about 12 hours sleep I felt much better on Wednesday. I did go for a wander around the part of Bogota near the hostel. But mainly I just did not much. That night I went back to the airport to get another flight, this time to Santiago, Chile. This was a six hour flight. Once again I got no sleep, but on the approach to Santiago there was a great view out to the left of a ...
... adherence to their faith.
We stopped in Namiquipa for a refreshment and comfort break. What made this stop interesting is there is an adjoining bar to the restaurant where one sits on a saddle instead of a barstool at the bar.
We arrived in Casas Grandes around 6:00 p.m. Our hotel was the Hotel Hacienda. It was actually a motel that reminded me of a Days Inn or any other budget motel. My room was tiled and had a tv, phone, hairdryer and ...
... was going to begin.
With Mexican Independence Day approaching, the school was preparing for the celebration. The children had been practicing dances and exhibitions to perform on the upcoming holiday and it was a real honor for us to see them perform.
The piņata was hung and excitement built as several children tried to break it. Finally, success! The candy came down and the children rushed to grab it. We held back some candy we bought ...