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  • Day89

    Mexiko ist ein Vielvölkerstaat: Zwar sind fast zwei Drittel der Einwohner Mestizen, Mischlinge aus Europäern und Angehörigen der Urbevölkerung – deren Muttersprache ist Spanisch –, aber etwa jeder Zehnte hat nur oder ganz überwiegend indigene Vorfahren und spricht eine der 62 weiteren Nationalsprachen (etwa 15% von ihnen sprechen kein Spanisch).
    Die Rarámuri sind eines dieser Völker. Viele von diesen etwa 60.000 Menschen leben noch sehr traditionell in abgelegenen Siedlungen im weitverzweigten Schluchtensystem rund um die Barranca del Cobre und ernähren sich von dem, was sie den steilen Berghängen abtrotzen können; einige aber haben den Tourismus als Einnahmequelle entdeckt und verkaufen Kunsthandwerk in den Dörfern entlang der Bahnstrecke.Read more

  • Day4

    Hotel information

    It's OK for the price. $650 pesos for 2, breakfast included. Appears that they have recently put in a new wing. Bed seems comfy, may have more to say about that in the morning as well as more about breakfast. Quaint, the rooms are cool and comfortable.

    2 small bottles of water, 2 towels. There's a small coffee pot but nothing to put in it. No coffee cups not even plastic glasses. Free internet that is pretty much non-existent.

    Owners (managers?) are very nice, very helpful.

    Car is parked in front of the unit and we feel it is secure, we will leave the car here for an extra night while we take El Chepe to El Fuerte tomorrow and back the next day.

    Showers.... Nice hot water at the start but don't plan on a proper shower, water turned freezing cold only a couple of minutes in. Troi decided to turn it off and on throughout and got wet, soaped and rinsed before the hot water left. I had the first shower this morning❄

    Wow, what a breakfast! Fresh fruit was waiting for us. Then toast, jam and coffee (coffee was good and hot and lots of it). Then scrambled eggs and ham with frijoles. Then pancakes....we are rolling out the door. They just brought orange juice!
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