We finally got to see one of Earth’s most beautiful places.
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Arriving in Monument Valley from Kayenta.
We had started the day in Taos and driven through immense, beautiful, empty country.
The view from our motel room
Goulding's Inn was a wonderful place to stay.
Full-day tour of Mystery Vallen and Monument Valley
We took a full day Goulding's Inn tour that started at 9am and ended at 5pm.
There were 10 of us in an open-air vehicule with a flat metal top to protect us from the sun. It mostly worked.
Our guide was named David, a Navaho man who was, I would guess, in his late 50s or early 60s.
Mystery Valley is south of Monument Valley and is private in some sense that I don’t understand. The only way to see it is by tour; people are not allowed to drive through it, although there is nothing obvious to stop people.
In the afternoon, after a wonderful lunch grilled by David, we went to tourist-infested Monument Valley. It was incredible.
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