Ramada Encore Chihuahua
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... hours of mountainous driving, the city appeared before me, signaled immediately by the surprise appearance of Walmart. Not what I was expecting. Anyway, after a night in the car, and 10 hours of intense driving, a shower was odorously needed. I wanted a cheap hotel to crash in, but for that I needed the internet. I also needed dinner. And as if Chihuahua was reading my mind...and my stomach...a Denny's appeared ...
... music and company or getting a coffee in a nearby cafe. Caro was kind enough to give me a lift to the bus station that night for my overnight bus to Mazatlan.
When I'd originally planned my trip to the Copper Canyon I'd barely entertained the thought of going as far as Chihuahua but after Caro's reply to my couch request I'd known it would be worth the trip and I certainly wasn't disappointed. Now on to the beach!
This time I have put in captions with most of the pics. Chihuahua had a very different feel to Mexico City. We got a bit lost in the dark and the alleyways were desolate narrow and grim. It didn't worry Brian too much but I was out of my comfort zone! I was pleased to move on. Very few tourists around Creel and the Copper Canyon at this time which was nice for us but a lot of places ...
... the main gate so we had to climb under, but at least that made me feel a tiny bit more secure). He then gave me some money towards the bus the next morning and I couldn't be more thankful to this person for helping me out in that horrible situation. I wish I had his details to say thank you a bit more but at this point my brain was still scrambled.
I barely slept at all that night. I wrote an account of what happened while it was fresh in my mind, and re-organised my bag ...
... because I used to be so fluent that I sometimes dreamed in Spanish, but since I haven't used it in years, I can only understand people when they speak slow enough that I can hear all of the syllables.
The factory culture is in some ways very similar to our factories in the US. All of the people are very friendly and very helpful. There are different people who are experts at different things. The line workers are very clock-oriented, as they are ...