Holiday Inn Uruapan
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70 years ago, corn farmer Benito rode into his field upon his burro, ready to spend the day tilling the land. Hopping off his burro, he raised his hoe into the sky, and then struck it deep into the soil. Well, when old Benny pierced the earth, the earth burped in his face in retaliation. It was a long, steamy, sulfury burp that lasted 8 years. Benny leaped onto his burro and high-tailed it back to town. ...
... as there was a Semana Santa crowd still.
I pulled in at sunset, found a cheap room, and wandered the bustling market square looking for food. For some reason I tend to avoid street-stall food, but every time I do partake, I love it. Tonight was one of those nights. For about $2 I had a full plate of perfectly seasoned and grilled carne asada, tacos, quesadillas and a ...
... principal towns of the Purepechan people. The economic wellbeing of the area was the control of the turquoise trade under its dominion. The Purepechan tribe is one of sixty four cultural groups in Mexico today.
We drove 20M along the Route of Don Vasco, passing cactus tree farms, heading to Tzintzuntzan, the place/land of the hummingbird. This religious centre for the Purepechan people ...
... so we got dressed in a hurry. Our guide, Luis, had 3 nice little horses saddled up and ready to go.
We stopped for provisions. I had hoped we could pick up a nice big lunch "torta"; a meat, cheese, tomato, lettuce and onion stuffed roll you find almost everywhere in Mexico! No luck. We settled for some Mexican pastry breads and Maria cookies from the tiny store on our street.
On the street, a lady ...
Los Reyes to Angahuan 14 miles cycle, 12 miles lift.
Hermano warned us the 10km up to Peribán de Ramos was steep. But he said after that, it would be up and down. So we pushed hard to get there, expecting time to recover on down the road. It was slow going. But we kept riding. Once we got to Peribán, the incline relented only briefly. Soon, we were burned out and walking while trying to recover our cycling legs. But the scenery ...