Hotel Santa Anita
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... young Mexican man rushed up to us to ask us if we needed help. He had seen us walking back and forth from the shop where he works and left the shop to offer assistance. We walked back with him to his shop where he used his cell phone to find directions for us. During my research in Seattle, I had read on a number of blogs how friendly, helpful and kind the Mexican people are and thought, "Ho, hum, that's always a ...
... of big farms, I came to a highway. I got on it and got to Topolobambo with in an hour. Topolobambo is also a port town and there was not much to do there. Just one hotel, a port, supermarket and a couple of restaurants. Got some beers and a bite to eat. Gave the moto some more oil, sprayed down the chain, and hit the sheets early to get ready for another day of riding.
... hour or so. But not before trying the local speciality, "burritos de machaca" - stewed and shredded beef in a tortilla.
Belman and his friends, Manuel and Christina, let us squeeze us into their car with our mochilas grande (big backpacks) and kindly dropped us off as the other bus station. Thanks for the Mexican hospitality, amigos! ;) Feliz Navidad y Nuevo ano!
... Annie could not reach the seat in front of her with her feet!) and the seats were a few centimetres wider than usual - luxury! :-)
Our journey took us through places with names we have never heard before, will probably never visit again, and have forgotten their names already :-) We made a list of some of the stops, we slept through others, and could not even find a name for some :-)
- 17H00 Celaya
- 18H04 Salamanca
... to only two people? That was enough to make KFC the greatest idea ever, so we thought. After devouring the 8 piece, we got into bed. About 1 hr later, apparently Steve's stomach wasn't used to the delcious grease that lured us in the first place. He felt like was going to puke for about 2 hours before finally falling asleep. Luckily he didn't die (or puke). Turns out KFC wasn't the best idea ever, but still wasn't the ...