Wingate by Wyndham Chihuahua
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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 ...
... Mario - another indigenous person with a large family of cooks and helpers. The Lodge overlooks his home town Cerrochaui, where his people, the Tarahumara, have apparently been in residence for 20-30,000 years. He, and everybody in the vicinity, is very religious - a combination of Jesuit - hence the name - and "The Old Ways". Fortunately we had been forewarned that alcoholic beverages might be scarce, and had supplies. It was like Boarding School, except that we were the ...
... the 6am train (only one a day unsurprisingly!) and arrived at the station to find a huge line of locals queueing for the second class tickets. We had decided to take the whole journey in one hit as we needed to make progress across Mexico for our flight to New York, with this in mind we pre-booked first class tickets the day before to reduce hassle and for a more comfortable journey.
Once the journey started at 6am you could not help but stay ...
... go tomorrow, the extra hour is good.
Through town and to the hotel. A small boxed food package will be provided in lieu of brekkie. The room is a suite; sweet! Won't really get to enjoy it, however, with the early departure. Down to the bar, only Peter turning up. Tried a Tecate beer 32 MP. Nice chit chat about dumb vegetarians and travel. Back for wifi, having to get the code from reception. Alarm set for 0446. Quick shower and bed before 2300.
... working through my phrase book and had written down a short but hopefully comprable message in case I could not communicate in English to this person I had never met. The most joyful “Ho-la” rang through my ear drums and it sound much more like Hallelujahs than “Ola”. Fanny, I later found out, is an English teacher and as she pulled up in her little White Ford KA outside the station she opened up to tell me she had no idea, other than ...