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Up around 0700 for a shower. The brekkie was included for a change. While simple, it was sufficient re cereal with yogurt, juice, instant java, a banana and a slice of toast.
Off down the main drag of Avenida Madero Orient toward the Bosque Cuauhtemoc, a forested area east of the downtown core.
First up was the Jardin de Villalongin, a small but picturesque little park. The green spaces here typify great municipal plannning. Most of such areas are ...
... to see it, unconcerned with any [self-acknowledged] princess-type comments.
Taking an Autotransportes Purhepechas bus: no loo and no lunch bag. Asked Chris if he had passed a certain hotel on his jog this morning. He said yes so Jim had the correct route.
Left the terminal at 1222 but a long stop in town meant we really got going closer to 1245. Some four vendors came on as we waited, selling food items. By the time of one further quick ...
... colourful shops and restaurant often on one or both sides of the stairs. It was a leisurely climb and Miguel had to wait for the tortoises.
Morelos is a hero of the Mexican independence struggle. The statue atop Janitzio doubles as an interior museum. Murals depict his life. You circle upwards and can have nice views of the island below and other islands.
Lunch was next on ...
... was finishing, the bride and groom off on what was a heavy duty truck, nice wooden seats placed in the cab thereof.
For a small town, there are lots of churches, seemingly every 3 blocks or so. The town has a nice feel. Sid has warned us of weather vagaries on the island trip tomorrow ie rain gear. It felt like it indeed may want to rain. There was water in the air.
Back to the hotel c 1630 for an hour or so. Downloaded the picks. Not especially happy ...
... to haul our bikes up. But this morning, we would bounce the bikes down. The brake wasn't quite enough to hold the bikes weight back, so Michelle held onto the back while Dave steered. This would be about the toughest part of the day.
We rolled the mile and a half to the bottom of the hill where the pretty good restaurant is located. But this day, it was packed out with tourists. It looked like a really long wait. But we were able ...