Hotel El Rebozo
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... relax in the
sun, but I thought I would use the time to try and write some death metal on a
7” laptop, with no guitar to practice on, a trackpad big enough for just two
fingers and the worlds slowest software. I’d had quite a lot of ideas going on
in my head so this was the first time I was able to really get anything down…
As usual though, once I started, I lost several hours and did not want to be
distracted even when Joel came back across. I ...
... in forests in the states of Michoacan and Mexico. The resting places were discovered by scientists in 1975. In these forests, millions of Monarchs hibernate for four months or more. Between November and March, they clump together for warmth and save their energy. When they wake up in March, they mate and begin the cycle once again by flying north, following milkweed patches along the way.
Now, back to our ...
... were they. What happened when the horse lost Joel? We were all getting nervous. It was now about 45 minutes later and from a different direction there was Sharon - they were back - we ran over to her - but we learned she was by herself. Diane had panicked and got off the horse and walked part way - Joel had gotten off to walk with her. Sharon and the other guide went on and at a certain point when he felt she was at a point that she ...
... out to say good morning to the staff and check out the morning trout feeding. It was a sunny fresh (cool) morning. Air was clear and clean. Do you do breakfast?, she asked. Oh, we can if you like, but we will need an hour to prepare. Great, we are in no hurry. They put together a nice breakfast and we enjoyed relaxing in the morning.
Riding out to another great blue sky day, we again went over dirt roads but did not need to double back the way we came. We could ...
... It is amazing to see and for sure a miracle of nature. As we didn't count on seeing the butterflies anymore we enjoyed this as an unexpected present.
For the first time since a long time a view on a snowcapped mountain. A mountain with an altitude of 4690 m and snow on the top is a bit weird to see when you cycle with a temperature of 25 degrees Celsius. The campspot is again hard to find so we rode into a small village to ask for a place. ...