Arista Bugambilias Hotel
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We left very close to 8am again as our destination is via 2 mountain ranges and windy roads. Expected arrival time 7pm. The first stop was just out of town to see a tree which is more than 2000 years old. It looked a bit like a macrocarpa and was huge. A few years ago they had 40 people join hands make a circle around it. Near to it was its son which was over 1000. Next was one of the many mezcal distilleries which are family owned. A ...
... to theirs. After a few songs Bobbie went outside for a smoke, I was sitting at a table inside, after 5 minutes I wondered where she had got to, when I checked outside she was surrounded by 5 Mexican guys chatting. I went out and got involved, turns out they were the guys out on the dance floor with us before giving us high fives, laughing and smiling. For the next few hours we talked (as good as we could, some had good English, some didn't, we had a little Spanish, but we all got ...
... condition, contrasting the conditions in Honduras two years ago.
The stirrups were better set at full leg length, so much easier for occasions I tried to ride out the occasional bumpy stretch in the stirrups. It was an English saddle with a large wooden pommel.
We went along some roads and also in the woods. It was mostly a saunter with the only very occasional 'giddy up' portions. It was nowhere near the speeds of Patagonia, Roddy. On a couple ...
... something and so I feel no reason to congratulate myself.
Somehow feeling ill made really brought these feelings to the surface.
One of the cafes (which as excellent organic bread) has a little cinema-screen and one evening I went and watched an interesting film about the Zapatista Liberation army and their efforts. It was propaganda, of course, but fascinating none the less to understand ...
... to park and this transpired to be quite central and he told us to come back to the car in 90 minutes.
My Korean friends asked if they could stay with me and I was grateful since I don't carry a timepiece. We walked into the town and encountered many young men dressed up wit their Parachicos masks….
What we had stumbled across was The Fiesta Grande de Enero (Great January ...