Torreblanca Business Class Hotel
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... up a tour. On our way into the forest we passed by several small towns with local specialties such as woven baskets, honey, and a mystery cider drink which Chris of course had to sample. We hiked up the mountain into the reserve and found thousands of beautiful bright orange butterflies fluttering above our heads and resting in the pine trees all around us. It is difficult to comprehend how these tiny and delicate creatures are able to make such a ...
... no cars and a very unique flair.
Time to head back to QUERETARO after having dinner in a very traditional little town nearby, which name I unfortunately forget. ¡Que cumple!
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Little announcement on the side: Please look overall spelling mistakes, as the Autocorrect of Mexican Word meses up my spelling atm. Laptop – not available at the ...
... Arturro proudly showed us a beautiful RV park which is mostly finished and ready to accept guests. Unfortunately, access to his property (about ½ mile along a narrow road) has been cut off in the construction of a toll highway. The one access offered was far too steep and dangerous for our caravan to use, so we dry camped on the edge of the school.
After a good rest the ...
... large but they are well spaced out.
One of the most interesting features is the choice of paint colours. If somebody back home painted their houses in such strong and vibrant colours you would seek to have them declared insane. In Spanish colonial areas, it just works.
The day's first church was the Rectory of Our Lady of Lourdes. It was striking to find at least one soul in every religious building we entered, seeking contemplation.
... tip Miguel. At day's end it is an individual thing but Sid thought 50 MP was reasonable. Bruce kidded if Miguel got more then Sid would have to get less!
A couple of hours to fill. Went with Jim down Ponce de Leon, literally heading for the hills. We followed Jim's intuition at the end of the road and did make some good elevation gains, all for naught as far as good views due to mist. Some good exercise was our reward.
Back down to the ...