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Read and rate Travel Journal Entries for Basaseachic, Chihuahua, Mexico

Jan 18, 2008 - The Mountains of Chihuahua

We spent a quiet evening in Presidio, then got up early, got my vehicle registration printed from the DMV, and we were ready to cross the border (again). This time everything was in order, and we bought our shiny tourist sticker for the car. The morning passed uneventfully as we sped across the Chihuahuan desert towards the mountains. By lunchtime, we had begun winding our way into the mountains, and we stopped in the city of Chihuahua for a good ole Mexican hamburguesa. Chihuahua is definitely a cowboy city-- everywhere you looked had...

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Jun 22, 2006 - Creel

Cutting across the Sierra Madre in the Mexican state of Chihuahua, the Barranca del Cobre (Copper Canyon) area is larger than the Grand Canyon of Arizona (but not really the same thing at all, beyond both being a canyon). It is rugged and remote; much of it accessible only by train. The train travels from cactus and sagebrush to cedar and pine forests. Creel is where we caught the Copper Canyon train. The ¨town¨ of Creel is at 7,000 feet so we had a hard time walking around for the first few hours. The train ride itself was amazing, we...

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Aug 14, 2004 - eind goed al goed?¿

He guys and girlz, Wazzup?¿ man wat had ik een shittie day nadat ik op het internet was geweest (12 aug) .... mijn schouders waren verbrand, mijn buik was een en al troep en ik liep met mijn backpack door 30 graden op zoek naar een of ander revolutiemuseum (dat niet eens zo veel voorstelde, als dat revolutie is, well let's get it started!) daarna onder dezelfde omstandigheden op zoek naar het treinstation maar het enige wat ik vond was de gevangenis van Chihuahua... geen goede plek om rond te hangen, anyway op het treinstation was niets te...

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