Espero les gusten las fotos que voy poniendo de este viaje divertidisimo a esa tierra llena de gente bien buena, paisajes atractivos para quien no los tiene cerca desde que nacio y sabores de todo tipo.
Seguire poniendo otras y la descripcion.
Hope you like the pics from this fun travel to this land full of good people, landscapes and flavours.
i'll post some other pictures now, and the description too
I never been there, but this is one of the places I want to go soon, great pics
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May 22, 2005 4:31 PM
I had the privelege to go there to Real de 14 you see is tied very much to my roots.
All my family my mother from San Luis,from Matehuala my father,grandfathers and so on.my father was a muscisian used to travel a lot all over the state so He used to tell us lots of stories. I still have a Brother and His family living in Charcas so is how i went to visit Real took a bus from Matehuala there is only 2 one early at 8 am and other at 10 am thats it then up mountains or go under a tunel i decided and walked trough the tunnel under a huge mountain.
the Cathedral of San Francisco de Asis is beautiful i went on Oct.4/94 when they celebrate Him and was wonderful thousands of people and dances from all over Mexico.
I recomend to visit the place is really a dream truly a paradise for those who like to buy stone jewelry and silver not to talk about the food probably just for those tamales i am going back any chance i have.
I can't wait to go back is so much life in there ,close to Matehuala still lives a tribe of "Nativitos" Indians who speak another language they still use the peyote when we visited them they offered me a beautiful Man God of clay very old i keep that in the border of Mexico with the rest of my family is like a relic to me.
Did you ate any TUNAS??
San Luis is the state of the tunas but watch out don't eat too many!!
At last we emerged from the dark hole. In the morning light, Real de Catorce clung to the rock-rimmed precipices like an apparition from a forgotten past. It's so incredibly remote: nothing but horizons of bare rock twisted into a vast maze of mesas, craters, canyons and peaks, shattered like the dreams of wealth that once lured miners.