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Travel Blogs from Patzcuaro
I thought our cab was last but we got there first with the Albertans. We had to get to gate 1 and section 1. Bruce wanted to look at a map but I said to ignore it. Gate 1 was found. The other two taxis were somehow behind us. Got a complimentary program to boot.
We headed off to the section 1 seats. Sid found an area where we could sit together over two rows. The beer pouring system was beyond my scientific comprehension, the guy at times having to pump ...
... to see it, unconcerned with any [self-acknowledged] princess-type comments.
Taking an Autotransportes Purhepechas bus: no loo and no lunch bag. Asked Chris if he had passed a certain hotel on his jog this morning. He said yes so Jim had the correct route.
Left the terminal at 1222 but a long stop in town meant we really got going closer to 1245. Some four vendors came on as we waited, selling food items. By the time of one further quick ...
... us to Miguel over brekkie.
The other four Canucks were late, holding up our 0945 departure. They were also the only ones in shorts. We are in a rather conservative part of the country and they should dress accordingly.
Miguel led us to the main plaza where he gave a bit of the history of the town. Patzcuaro [pat-square-o] was the first Spanish capital in the area. Now Morelia is ...
... What I am appreciating more and more about these trips is the exchange of information: people providing their insights on places you have not visited and vice versa.
We were taking a modern Lalinea bus direct to Patzcuaro. Sid had said it would be 5-6 hours [nice he made such a large error the other way though 4.5H felt long enough today]. The bus line provided us with a lunch bag consisting of an empanada and a bottle of water. Our 0900 departure was 6M late, ...
... the day before so it was really good to see him again and catch up on the last 3 months! Though, the definite highlight was the mariachi band Rodolfo girlfriend had hired to come to the house and play in the backyard. Even some of the partygoers sang with them. Sadly for me, and happily for Manuel, I didn't take a camera so was forced to rein in my tourist urges. And then on my last day in Mexico City, we visited Frida Kohl's ...
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