BEST WESTERN Posada De Don Vasco
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Estimated time to Patzcuaro is only 3 hours from Cuitzeo. Our time is usually more because our caravan travels slowly for various reasons: poor road conditions, winding or hilly roads are ******* some rigs, getting separated at red lights in city centers and some just prefer to go more slowly. Whatever the reason, we stick together. Every once in a while we pull over until we are all together!
Our camp was situated on the top of ...
... temple from thousands of years ago then back into town to look around. We got blocked in by a huge pilgrimage of Mexicans on horses who were riding to the town church, thee were hundreds of them just filling the streets and town square. And that brings us to today, half an hour in to a 7 hour bus trip on Mexico's winding roads. I think there is plans for a big night in Mexico City tonight because its one of the girls birthdays, should be good ...
... Conchas, Crescent Rolls (can't remember the Spanish word for them), Empanadas and several other items. After kneading the dough for what seemed like hours our arms and hands were tired. I definitely wouldn't want to arm wrestle Alicia.
We were assisted by Alicia's husband, children and grandchildren. Alicia's daughter, Socorro (Soco) taught us how to make empanadas and ...
... Fat chance)
Back in Pátzcuaro, we saw more and more crafts being brought into town for the celebration and for the competition. We sneaked in the big tent where artisans arrived with, textiles, massively large vases, ceramics, paintings and other very nice items that would be judged and given prizes. It did not take long before they threw us out and told us to come back in two day when it would be open to the public.
... 1.40pm by the time it left and were on our way to Mexicali. We arrived there and took another bus to San Luis Rio Colorado. It took us a long time to get from Mexicali to San Luis because the bus was stopping everywhere, it seemed like a commuter bus. We reached the town and had a wander to find a hotel, we got one really cheap so dumped our stuff and went in search of food. We had ...