We were on the road again February 9th, heading north toward the good old U S of A. With mixed feelings we left Teacapan and drove for the day, settling in at El Fuerte for a few days while we discovered the Copper Canyon.
The taxi picked us up at the RV Parkthe next morning at 9:00 am to catch the 9:30 am train to the Copper Canyon, but typically Mexican, the train was one hour late. We boarded around 10:30 and made our way up through the Canyon, winding our way to the top through many small villages, stopping at each one as we ascended.
We stopped at a place called Divisidero, about an hour from our final destination, where everyone got out to shop at eat at the marketplace. There were vendors everywhere! We arrived in Creel, Mexico at 6:00 pm. The end of the line for us.
We stayed at a ‘boarding house’ type of hotel called Casa de Margarita’s about one block from the train station. The cost was $350 (pesos) a night ($35.00) and
included dinner the 1st evening and breakfast the next morning.
This morning we took a tour bus to a few different look out spots along the Copper Canyon.