Real Inn Chihuahua
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... not very creative alltogether. she got even madder when I told her I was 100% sure that during earlier conversations she also hadn't understood me. the reason she got mad is because she thinks I meant she never understood anything meanwhile I meant that she simply doesn't sometimes and never bothered to mention... we didn't talk again that ...
... t get a very good look at either.
On Saturday, after a walk along the river and a tour of the Church (and both of the shops) in Cerrocahui, we got back on the train - a two hour trip to Posada Barrancas - OUR FINAL DESTINATION!! (I mustn't go there! Breathe in, breathe out, stay calm!!) The views were splendid, more bridges and tunnels than you could poke a stick at, and many more photos were taken.
Our next Hotel was the "Mansion Tarahumara" in ...
... I felt like I was back in my Geography lessons and learning about Geology and erosion and I was not bored this time!
Soon enough we hit Divisadero and enjoyed the 15 minute stop to take in the Mexican Grand Canyon... and the hordes of street stalls and tat shops that inevitably spring up! The Canyon itself is huge, however, it is hard to get the depth perception that you can get from the American Grand Canyon. We had already seen a great number ...
... I just wanted to go as the town was not safe for me and if he could see if there was a bus leaving that same evening. He asked around a few places, whilst I stayed in the car, but unfortunately there was no way out of the place that same night.
I still refused to go back to Basaseachi, and said I would go anywhere rather than there, hoping that he might be able to take me somewhere else. Initially he wasn't sure but eventually he agreed to help me out. He drove to the ...
... long before she told me about her city. “Yeah, so I hear that we are the most dangerous city in the world”. Apparently she had never seen much violence here, except the time when her road was blocked off by soldiers. "So what is the worst part?" I nievely enquired, and even a bit excited to visit these `^risky^ areas. “By my house” was the answer I wasn't sure I was pleased to hear. Then again, why observe the madness when you can ...