Miami is definitely the most culturally diverse city I have ever lived in, but somehow, people still manage to judge. During my first year here, the kids used to make fun of me for having a British accent because of my studies in a British school in Madrid. I even got made fun of for my Spanish accent when I spoke Spanish because of the lisp the Spanish have when they speak (compared to many of the local Cubans). In the other countries, I was judged for the people I spent my time with. But in the United States, I was the source, and it felt different.
The “Copper Canyon” Adventure Park is located in the near the railway station of Chihuahua to the Pacific known as “El Divisadero”. Besides the natural beauty of the area and the ancient culture of Tarahumaras that inhabit the region, now has one of the most impressive mountain parks in the world.
This has a set of 7 zip lines and two suspension bridges to add nearly 5 kilometers, comprising a via ferrata, repel, rock climbing and a small suspension bridge accessed via a Tarzan jump, a restaurant with spectacular terraces and glass floor, ancient walking trails, mountain bike rentals, camping sites, horseback riding and finally, the third longest cable car in the world, with 3 miles of cable without intermediate towers.