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. ...
... relax in the
sun, but I thought I would use the time to try and write some death metal on a
7” laptop, with no guitar to practice on, a trackpad big enough for just two
fingers and the worlds slowest software. I’d had quite a lot of ideas going on
in my head so this was the first time I was able to really get anything down…
As usual though, once I started, I lost several hours and did not want to be
distracted even when Joel came back across. I ...
... it he told Sharon to go on and that he was going back to help with Diane. But then things went downhill for Sharon - her horse wouldn't go - so she had to get off and walk in dragging her horse behind her. The good news is that Sharon was in good shape - unlike some of us. We all felt better to know that Diane was probably "okay" and would be coming shortly. Shortly was about another 45 minutes - she arrived by horse with Joel and the ...
... rest stop and a stretch of the legs. Jaime assured us that there would be a beautiful scenic overlook with a nice clean bathroom in two minutes time. Thirty minutes later there was an overlook with a beautiful view, but there were no bathroom facilities other than a trail into the forest. It was a good thing that our friends were campers, or this experience might have set a very bad tone for the day!
We reached the towns of El ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility