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Travel Blogs from Veracruz
... make it in time to ring. It was 11.15pm and we were just entering Oaxaca city, I made the call and luckily someone picked up, I was worried because my Spanish isn't that great, I said "hola, puedo hablar ingles?" Which is hello, do you speak English? We had read on the booking site that the owner can speak English but we have learnt now to never trust anything on the Internet especially travelling sites or google maps. To my joy the lady on the phone said "yes, we are waiting for ...
... I would get out to drink another beer and dry off within minutes, then get back in, the only time I got cooled off was when the breeze picked up and I'd get out wet and the air would cool me momentarily before I dried off. It seemed myself, being a very white man with heavily coloured tattoos was attracting a bit of attention from both males admiring my pin up girl chest tattoos and female, at one point a man looked at my chest and did the biggest double take I have ...
... kids, opting instead to come back tomorrow, being Monday and hopefully the weekend rush won't be around. Since the aquarium was a fail, we started walking around all the street market stalls in the area. We picked up a lot of great gifts for family and also some more great stuff for ourselves. After we had spent enough money and got all the things we needed we headed back to the hotel to freshen up and get ...
... strip and when you walk down onto the beach there is tables and chairs with sun umbrellas for you to sit and the restaurant workers bring you drinks. A man named Nic, who spoke pretty food English coaxed us into drinking at his area of tables, so we sat and drank a few cocktails and beers for a few hours and watched the locals enjoying the water and beach. As usual lots of people come up and try to sell you things or play you music, at one point ...
... overrated aquarium that is supposed to be the biggest and best in Central America. The beaches are almost nonexistent and the water is pretty dirty. Unless you go for a holiday weekend or one of the 3-4 yearly festivals, I wouldn't say there is a reason to stop in Veracruz.
The hostel I stayed at was only a few months old, but it was owned and run by a 30-something Australian guy. He had a lot of ...
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking