Hotel Villa Monarca

Zitacuaro 61500, Zitacuaro, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 61500, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Zitacuaro

Monarchs

A travel blog entry by nacrobat on Jan 18, 2014

1 comment

... since the local cops, politicians, and everybody else have totally failed them. Very scary situation..didn't Colombia go through this? Anyway, there were no issues where I went and as usual the whole situation, while no doubt dangerous in some parts, has been blown out of proportion to the point where every Mexican will tell you to stay away from Michoacan totally. I camped on the beautiful grounds of the Rancho San Cayetano. A very high end place run by the ...

Butterfly Or Die

A travel blog entry by doove on Nov 17, 2013

127 photos

... out it was for a funeral but I’m
pretty sure that person wouldn’t have requested anything like that!

Another trip out took me to some of the places I’d been the
week before, but this time armed with a camera. Being a Monday though it was a
massive failure, as Mexican’s have the right idea and rarely open anything on
that day! Visited a 4km park, which was closed because it was Monday – haha –
and also went to the Frida ...

First Time in Pacific Beach

A travel blog entry by cinn on Feb 01, 2013

6 photos

... by bus near "Belmont Park" - the famous place where you can find a rollercoaster- and visited some tourists shops for finally go to "The Wave House", a bar next to the beach where you can enjoy drinks, beautiful view and stay warm at night with a fire.
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It's a beautiful day - San Diego Harbour

A travel blog entry by redkeels on Aug 26, 2012

1 comment, 26 photos

... a little further up the coast, but we could not work out what it was. It may have been a dead orca calf or something similar but we couldn't tell. I took a photo and tried to zoom in. I'll attach it for you and see if you can work it out.

Wow, what a great day. The sun was blazing, the scenery was beautiful, the company was fantastic and the food, awesome.

I didn't have any dinner later that night as I was stuffed. ...

"Mexico is Kicking the CRAP Out of ME"

A travel blog entry by drudell on Mar 13, 2012

4 comments, 5 photos

... ALL above 9000 ft., so there was no way I was tackling that on foot. It was a tough ride in, we went uphill at first, then most of the rest was downhill. Oh yeah, a bit about the horses, Donna's was as sweet as can be and Antonio, our guide was leading her horse. When I climbed on mine Antonio said something to his 'amigos' that sounded suspiciously like "iye yi yi"! As soon as we left the horse was turning back, he wanted NOTHING ...