Real Inn Chihuahua
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in and we could have been anywhere in the world it all looked the same! This was no bad thing as the bed was the most comfortable since we had been in Mexico! Now the hunt was on for tiny dogs, we already knew this was unlikely but still it's Chihuahua isn't it! We spent the day exploring and looking at the Cowboy boot shops, took in a local museum and walked around the Cathedral before retiring and getting ready for our first long bus journey in quite some ...
Google said the drive from Alamos to Chihuahua was 7.5 hours, but the roads were mountainous, curvaceous, and rough...like some of the women in the Sonoran charro bars. I got there in 10 hours. My GoPro battery was dead, so no video...at 16x the speed, it might've been a nauseous ride anyway. It was a loooong day on the road. Intermittent stretching was crucial. I learned exactly how far one tank of gas could ...
... with a ribbon for each woman that has gone missing...the sheer quantity was terrifying. We talked about the problems facing local communities today, the number of children left alone while both parents work long hours to pay the bills and the attraction of the drug trade for a quick buck.
We spent the morning in the city, exploring and recording short snippets of me walking in front of different monuments or looking at my ...
... around 20km away, where the bus station was and found that there would be one leaving the following morning at 7am.
His chuch was located in this town, and he had a small room there, which he said I could spend the night. We put my belongings in there, and then he took me to a restaurant and bought me some food, and discussed it a little more with me as I had calmed down a little bit by this point. We ate, and then went back to the room to sleep (he couldn't find the ...
... gazebos, some of which were real shoe-shine stations with real shoe-shine boys shining real people's shoes. The plaza had fountains, trees, and benches as well- all the things you need to just sit and relax.
Of course, I was drawn to the street vendors. Here, everybody had Elote, os of course I had to get some. Elote is an ear of boiled corn. On top, they put butter, chili powder, thick cream, lime juice, and that white cheese that ...