Hotel Villa Monarca

Address: Zitacuaro 61500, Zitacuaro, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 61500, Mexico | Hotel
 
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      Day 14 - The Butterfly Mafia

      A travel blog entry by inca_gold on Nov 29, 2014

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      The Monarch butterfly is a migratory animal, which summers in the US and Canada. In the autumn the entire species makes the long trek to the warm valleys of central Mexico, to breed in specific groves and outlast the winter. In the spring, the females return to the north to lay their eggs. I awake in Macheros village, on the outskirts of the Cerro Pelon reserve. My hosts, Joel and Elena, ...

      Monarchs

      A travel blog entry by nacrobat on Jan 18, 2014

      1 comment

      ... as I have the ability to use my legs I will continue to do so. I'll save the horses and donkeys for when I'm old and no longer able to walk. Monarchs were lovely if not quite as abundant as I would have thought. I heard many factors have combined to their unusually low numbers this year and the whole fantastic migration from Canada to Michoacan is in danger. Shame. https://picasaweb.google.com/1064799899 09924526712/MonarchButterflyReserve?aut ...

      Butterfly Or Die

      A travel blog entry by doove on Nov 17, 2013

      127 photos

      ... crossings which involve striding men with crowns on their
      head. Not sure who came up with that one, or how it came to be but it seems
      pretty specific to DF.

      After that, it was my first trip out into the wilderness on
      my own since the attack so was a little apprehensive, especially knowing the
      area I was going to is currently considered quite dangerous. I knew if I kept
      on high alert and in busy areas it wouldn’t be an issue, and I really wanted to
      ...

      Mexican Riviera Cruise

      A travel blog entry by greg-and-karen on Nov 16, 2013

      6 comments, 57 photos

      ... sandy beach. Then we visited an old church, the market, and a jewelry store. We boarded the bus and followed the coast until we reached a small village in the jungle. Here we visited a tequila brewery and tasted their various tequilas. (Have you noticed a theme here: church, market, jewelry store, tequila tasting; the hallmarks of Mexican tourism.) Before we returned to the ship, Greg and I did some shopping at a Super WalMart that is across the street from the cruise ship terminal. ...

      San Diego - definitely not Tijuana

      A travel blog entry by ben_marshall on Aug 19, 2013

      ... good, and struggled with the fact that pesos are indicated with a $ sign despite being worth about 8.3 cents (and the 1:p$18 exchange rate). I bet things would have been cheap though.

      I often like going off the beaten track so I can only imagine I would have walked a 15km loop down along the Tijuana river over heavily crumbling pavements. I think it probably would have felt like San Diego in the sense that they're both clearly Latino, but odder in that ...