June in Morelia Mrelia are entering our last month in Mexico, trying to do everything "one last Women want sex Fairvilla seeing the lighting of the cathedral on Saturday nights resplendant with music and fireworks, aft sopa tarasca at our favorite restaurant, having our fill of the best tacos on the street.
In the meantime, kids still have school and final exams and we are still writing. Combine that with packing and cleaning and it will be a busy month.
Here is the lovely year old boarding her stretch limo with some of her entourage; inside the cathedral behind her was another mass for another year zn. These ladies are now "eligible", being introduced to society as women. We still gaze in wonder at the abundance of horses in this city: as pack animals, modes of transportation, a seemingly feral animals grazing in old school yards and by the side of the road.
We went to a wonderful exhibit of "feather art" by a local artist. The were spectacular.
Uruapan Finally, in our last couple of weeks in Michoacan we made it to the nearby town of Uruapan. Lookong had a good time.
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Sarah and Don went for an overnight visit one weekend. Then we went back again the next weekend so Helen and Margaret could also see the national park. The other picture is a view from our room in the Hotel Tarasco, looking out over the city. The ubiquitous red-tiled roofs were quite a change from Morelia.
It is very manicured cobble-stone walks, waterfalls, streamsit's only a couple of hundred meters wide, and has low species diversity in the way of plantsbut it is a forr respite from the city and the arid areas around it. What's a national park without live musicians!?
Uruapan boasts the "worlds skinniest house", only 1. It is a private residence.
Although the guidebook says there is actually a narrower house in Morleia, we thought this was plenty thin. It was also nice to see so many people out in the park on a Sunday afternoon unlike some of the other practically unvisited Mexican parks we have visited.
When Don and Sarah went, they visited the village of San Juan Nuevo, where by chance they happened to be having a big fiesta. We are still not sure just what the fiesta was-- it may have been because it was domingo de corpus, but it seemed more like a festival to bless the crops. Each of the barios of the village had built a flower-filled alter inside the church and the crowds come in to visit them.
When many of the people walked in they did an interesting "dance" of 3 steps forward and 2 steps back, all the way to the front. I wish we had been more forthright and had asked someone to explain it to us, because we didn't really figure loo,ing out. More from Morelia Here is a cactus fruit, pitaya, that we found in the local market.
They taste fine, but the color is omrelia is truly amazing! Margaret and Sarah made a wonderful comida for father's day: noodles with tomatilla-tomato salsa, topped with grated ranchero cheese and fried squash blossoms.
And a chocolate-on-chocolate cake for dessert:.