Hotel Mansion San Antonio
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... her guide for not keep her mount on the paths. Ever hear of the adage a poor carpenter blames his tools, Suzie? Paul is a decent guy. They seem polar opposites.
The trip up was some 70M. I rode with Kent. My horse always wanted to be first and ultimately got his way. We then waited to walk as a group up more steep sections, fortunately but 10M.
What Mother Nature gave us was markedly better than at El Rosario. It ...
... Angangueo, our base for two nights, after 1100. We carried on to the Mariposa Monarcha Sanctuario El Rosario, reaching our first butterfly reserve c 1145. Nobody was using their horse ride today.
It was a 45M climb/2k walk to the butterflies. 'Pole pole' as the Swahili trekking guides said on Kili. Tried breathing through my nose as much as possible. A couple of swills of water tided me over. The forest was rather cool. Our guide had a thermometer with him. ...
... take over the entire city. We still
drove down, and was able to find a parking spot pretty close to the stadium,
where we paid some little kid a fiver for the privilege of putting it there. He
said it was fine to leave it there, and once we purchased the tickets, Cris –
the Chilean guy who had also come down, went back to check on the vehicle and
all appeared to be fine.
Time for the game… Mexican’s have very little sense of time,
... southeast U.S. Also, illegal logging still occurs in up to 60% of the Monarch Butterfly Reserve in Mexico. Local farmers strapped for cash, cut down the precious wood, plant corn, and let livestock into butterfly territory.
We were traveling with two friends who came to visit us on the boat. Little did they know that we would be spending the day after they arrived on a bus to get 4 hours away from the ocean. The following morning, ...
... more clinging to the trunks. As long as they were in the shade, they were too cold to move and we took lots of photos. Once the sun hit them and warmed them they began to fly about by the hundreds. We only stayed a couple of hours; but I can imagine that by afternoon the forest and the sky would be a blizzard of orange wings. When we stood very quietly you could actually hear their wings beating as they manuevered ...
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