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... zone so we gained some day light back, we cleaned the mud off our clothes which seemed to have set as hard as bricks and stained everything it touched.
Alls well that ends well and after a few beers and a good meal we slept safe in our beds knowing we had out smarted the bandits with our sudden change of direction.
... her home town and then head on a short road trip for a long weekend. Northern Mexico is more than a little sketchy in parts, due to it's proximity to the US border and the various drug feuds. Even after Google had unearthed five severed heads and similar stories however, I took Lilianas word that it was a safe place and booked my flight up. After six hours on the bus back to Mexico City, I then landed in Torreon early in the evening and was greeted by a smiling face ...
I've been traveling by myself for a long time now. The majority of this travel has been through lands with foreign languages and customs so dissimilar to my own that even the smallest tasks can sometimes be rather difficult. Crossing the border, buying a bus ticket, finding a place to stay, getting something to eat, and not only finding the bathroom but also choosing the right one to enter, are all tasks much harder to complete without words. With a healthy level of Spanish ...
From there you can see the extent of the vineyards, some of the first and most extensive in the country - the end product is deservedly popular too. I got to sample many varieties throughout the different stages of production - a free tour, but nice to tip your guide. A not very frequent local bus goes past the ...
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 ...