The village of Real de Catorce ([reˈal de kaˈtorse]), often shortened to Real, is located 160 miles (260 km) north of San Luis Potosí, San Luis Potosí, Mexico, and currently has a full-time population of under 1,000 residents. This ‘ghost-town’ in the high and dry expanses of northern San Luis Potosí state was once a thriving silver mining settlement, has long been a pilgrimage site for both local Catholics and Huichol shamanists, and is now being discovered by international tourists drawn by the desert ambience and reputed spiritual energy.
Mi siguiente destino, visitar un mágico lugar, Real de Catorce C:
And people selling peyote and happy brownies. Been there,done that.