We were on the road by 9AM this past Wednesday morning. The van had two more passengers then the day we went to Vizarron and Tequisquiapan. Two new people who I had never met before. We were a full
I'd told the three that I traveled with before that everyone should bring a lunch as where we were going there was no place to eat. Also that it would be prudent to make sure that the car had gas as I didn't remember seeing Pemex stations on my last trip to Hacienda Jaral de Berrios about eight years ago.
Well, we did find a Pemex station near San Felipe. We also found the usual attached OXXO store so those who had not believed me could stock up on something to eat.
By this point we were about an hour past Delores Hidalgo heading northeast toward San Luis Potosi.
Stay tuned, the next post will be photos of Hacienda Jaral de Berrios, built at the end of the 1600's. It was, at its time, the largest hacienda in Mexico with its lands extending from the State of Durango to Mexico City.
It's an amazing place and a very interesting story.