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... a few hours away and the town is meant to be really pretty. We arrived tired and hungry and less than enthusiastic about heading into town. Once we settled into our hotel we drove into the centre to find there was a celebration for some guy called Jose Maria Morelos who claimed independence for this part of Mexico and they held a concert in his honour. Now this was all good and well but we were really tired, very grumpy and hungry: not ...
... particularly in the production of sinks and kitchen counters. Many of the vessels were enameled with beautiful designs.
Another nearby village produces carved stone. Although much of this is crude there were a few finer pieces. It was fun to wander through the many yards that were full of these items.
Patzcuaro has a fascinating “Centro” market. There were rows and rows of kiosks selling vegetables, meat, ...
... oven to ensure even baking. When those crescent rolls came out and we got to sample them we were all in heaven. One of the girls said "This is the best white bread I've ever had!" and she was right. It was hot, soft and when we added some left over guayaba filing.... Oh ..... all I can say it was to die for. When I asked Alicia if I could move in with her she laughed and said ...
... Contrary, the town of Zirahuén was a bit of a disappointment; dusty and for the most part uninteresting. We found the small wharf on the lake with several ramshackle restaurants. Because it was Monday, business was real slow. Our usual tactic of picking a busy restaurant did not work. We had to settle for one that was actually open. We had a great view of the lake but the food was greasy and cold. Dave's Carne Asada (roasted meat) was tough as shoe leather which kept ...
... rest is buried under piles of rock. The people of the town had been evacuated soon after the volcano first started smoking in Jan. of 1943, so no one died. Teams of scientists, photographers and artists then arrived to document the eruption, which took place much later that year (November?).
We finished our ride through the woods in the massive thunderstorm - fortunately with ponchos that had been tied behind each saddle. Nonetheless, my ...