I love butterflies anyway so this was always going to be a time of pleasure but it proved to be so much better than expected. The local bus stop is just near by, it's easy to see when to get off as the Buddhist Temple, next to the Butterfly park is clearly visible. No queue to get in, you have to be over 65 to qualify for senior, made me feel good even if it cost more! One of the staff inside advised us that a brief talk in English would be starting in a few minutes, this was very interesting about the different stages of butterflies and moths standing watching said butterflies emerge from their chrysalis'.
The flora is worth a visit even without the amazing butterflies that were all around us. There were beautifully coloured little birds, a baby wallaby(!) and we saw a couple of iguanas posing for photos!
We stayed much longer that anticipated and would liked to have been able to have a bite to eat but as yet there are no facilities although it looks as if there may well be in the future. It was quite a trek (I had my 87 year old Mother with me) to the Pueblo to find a cafe and a very reasonable and freshly cooked lunch.
The views out over the coast were wonderful from by the Temple.
The loos were clean and good.
The buses apparently are rather hit or miss timewise but we were lucky in both directions.