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... the screens were and we were able to hear the film without headphones. Not sure whether this was a bonus or not.
After the smooth 2 hour journey through incredible wide open country we got to Valle de Bravo. The station is about 20 mins walk through the town centre to the Lake itself so we were glad we'd brought water for the walk. Whilst in the town square we realised that part of receiving the title of Pueblo Magico ...
... is full of fluttering butterflies and the sound of their wings flapping is like the pitter-patter of raindrops. They stay until March then have to fly north again as far as Texas to find the milkweed, the only plant on which their eggs and caterpillars can survive. If by luck they make it to this point, they then die. Soon after the next generation emerges and continues the journey north, and so on until 4 generations later they ...
... take over the entire city. We still
drove down, and was able to find a parking spot pretty close to the stadium,
where we paid some little kid a fiver for the privilege of putting it there. He
said it was fine to leave it there, and once we purchased the tickets, Cris –
the Chilean guy who had also come down, went back to check on the vehicle and
all appeared to be fine.
Time for the game… Mexican’s have very little sense of time,
This was a week get-away to a calming and soothing small colonial pueblo. It was a small pueblo/city full of diverse restaurants, boat rides, a carnival on the lake and horse rides. Its scenery was amazing; it's a shame I had a horrible camera and was unable to more pictures. ...
We traveled from Morelía to Zitácuaro for a few days to visit the Monarch Butterfly reserve. We arrived in Zitácuaro after a 3 hour bus ride.
The Monarch butterflies migrate every fall to the mountains of Michoacán México to spend the winter. They come from the U.S.A. and Canada. It takes 3 to 5 generations to make the round trip migration. The butterflies mate in México, the males die ...