Hotel Mansion Tarahumara
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... of pottery were offered for auction. There was a reserve on each. The three went for $60 to slightly over $100. I could tell these were high quality pieces. This was a steal as the next day we had an opportunity to go to a pottery store and the prices were much higher.
We returned to our motel and I went to my room. It was a Friday night and I could hear loud music for awhile. Breakfast tomorrow and luggage out is at 7:30 a.m. and departure at 8:30 a.m.
... had begun tutelage in healing and divination from her grandmother at a young age. She conducted a 'cleansing' where through divination she would determine our health issues and then 'cleanse' us. The 'cleansing' proceeded with 4 volunteers. I raised my hand to volunteer, but was not selected. By looking at a raw egg in a glass she explained to each person their health issues she could determine and then, by rubbing a hard boiled egg over the clothes on ...
... owner of my hostel recommended Posada as a better option for finding cheap accomodation. My online investigating seemed to concur that it was the preferred choice so at 2pm I jumped off and watched all my accompanying passengers disappear in minibuses to their hote while I started the bartering process. The first guy I met told me he had cheap rooms, "how much?" "$300" "No thanks!" Keep on walking, "$250!" Keep walking.
I made it 20 metres down the road with my ...
... into the canyon but nothing we could do about that. So we did the cable car and then walked our little feet off around the rim for a couple of days with our guide dog in tow! I have mentioned the tarahumara a few times. They are an indigenous group who live in caves and small houses around the countryside in this area. They are most famous for running long distances, sometimes up to 24 hrs without stopping. The women make ...
... until reaching a point in the road where the rain had caused a massive rock avalanche and we had to wait about two hours for a digger to come and clear the rubble.
With all that, don’t think I arrived into Batopilas until around 9 or 10 at night, when the original plan was to get there around midday, and set off on a two day hike towards Urique. That ended up being somewhat of a blessing in disguise, but didn’t really feel like it when I arrived into a ...