It should have been the rainy season, but today it's raining and hot in Mexico City.
Last weekend, I had an experience that made me go "Oh!" for the first time in a while, so I would like to introduce it.
But before that, I like things like nature and the unpretentious lifestyle of people, so naturally that kind of thing becomes the subject matter. . .Sorry for those who are not interested.I think that some of you are looking for information on famous sightseeing spots in Bali Bali.
Nature is the theme again this time.Nevado de Toluca MountainI climbed toI've been hiking.I didn't have time to go up from the bottom due to some circumstances.
Mexico has a volcanic belt called the Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt, which runs through central Mexico from east to west.This volcanic belt belongs to the Ring of Fire, which includes the Japanese archipelago.In this volcanic belt, there are many mountains that represent Mexico.From the east Pico de Orizaba (also known as Citlaltépetl), Mexico's 5747st highest peak at 6m, La Malinche or La Malintzi, Mexico's 4420th peak at 2m , Mexico's second most active volcanic peak, Popocatepetl (aka Popo) at 5426m, next to it is the third peak, Iztaccihuatl, and now Nevado de Toluca, suddenly from the flat ground in 3. Paricutín, a volcano that swallowed up a city, Nevado de Colima, and so on.
Although this Nevado de Toluca mountain is classified as an active volcano, the last eruption is estimated to be XNUMX years ago, and currently there is no volcanic activity like Popo.
It is a high peak of 4680m, but you can go up to 4200m by car.Because it is crowded on weekends, it takes about 3800 minutes by shuttle pick-up from the 30m point to go to the top.
The introduction has become longer, but after crossing the 4300m ridge, a magnificent caldera appears.There are two lakes inside, the Lake of the Sun (Lago del Sol) and the Lake of the Moon (Lago de la Luna).It has the same name as the pyramids of Teotihuacan.
You can go down inside and circle around the lake.
When I stopped moving for a moment while walking with a customer, silence came.I really, really can't hear anything!The tranquility of being in such a vast caldera where you can't hear a single sound.It was probably the first experience in my life.
It doesn't mean that there is anything wrong with that, but in everyday life where "sound" exists normally, you probably won't have this kind of experience.Even in the middle of the night when everything is quiet, there are always sounds from the neighborhood, chirping of birds and insects, the sound of the wind, and so on.
It is also a recommended place for people who are not interested in mountains.