Travel Blogs from Veracruz, Mexico

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Flying men, Papantla, Mexico travel blog

Flying men

A travel blog entry by benneal

Papantla turned out to be a really nice little town. In the evening couples dance (mostly awkwardly) in the plaza. By the church theres a tall pole where Voladores perform. The ritual started here and noones sure of its significance anymore but it starts ...

13. Rejection is a state of mind, Tecolutla, Mexico travel blog

13. Rejection is a state of mind

A travel blog entry by mlloyd

... or wanted at the turtle camp. The emotions were still overwhelming and all I wanted to do was retreat--board the next bus to Mexico City, take a taxi straight to the airport, and get myself onto the first flight home.  But that felt like a cop-out. ...

14. I STILL don't expect the unexpected, Tecolutla, Mexico travel blog

14. I STILL don't expect the unexpected

A travel blog entry by mlloyd

... turtles and volunteer. To that end, they had spent their trip scoping out restaurants and hotels in Tecolutla and en route from Mexico City, discussing arrangements with owners and managers. I barely even got a chance to talk to Luis, who was sitting with ...

Catemaco, Home of Witches and Snails, Catemaco, Mexico travel blog

Catemaco, Home of Witches and Snails

A travel blog entry by andycrandy

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Catemaco In Veracruz, I met a guy from Australia who was driving through México, and after learning we were heading in the same direction Toby offered me a ride. Up until this point, I had strictly traveled on buses but I quickly learned that driving is ...

Veracruz, Veracruz, Mexico travel blog

Veracruz

A travel blog entry by spunkymuzicnote

... of my sweet mates (Angela) and some of the other Duke students to get lunch. Apparently they are really big eaters! Since Veracruz is a seaport they found a restaurant that served almost nothing but seafood. Not exactly my first choice, but I dealt. They ...

The record breaking ride: 2 1/2 days to the border, Veracruz, Mexico travel blog

The record breaking ride: 2 1/2 days to the border

A travel blog entry by michaela

Mauricio drove us, with four dudes (Jose funny guy, others I don't remember names.... older gentleman, young quiet trainee, friendly short guy) slept at gas station first night in grass, second night behind hotel on the gravel. Good think think think ...

Apr 07, 2010, Veracruz, Mexico travel blog

Apr 07, 2010

A travel blog entry by jacek_tb

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Sorrrryyyyyy, Veracruz , Mexico travel blog

Sorrrryyyyyy

A travel blog entry by sabrinamexico

... in forever and for that I apologise. Things have just been crazy. So I think I left off when we were about to go off to Veracruz for the weekend almost a month ago so Ill start there and give you guys a brief overview of what weve been . We got off the ...

Viaje para visitar la famila, Tuxpan, Mexico travel blog

Viaje para visitar la famila

A travel blog entry by lausenviro

Registro de casetas $290 La autopista aun no esta terminada, hay que pasar un tramo de carretera libre como de una hora. Esperemos pronto este ...

City To Jungle, Veracruz, Mexico travel blog

City To Jungle

A travel blog entry by ecoodysseys

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... 45 of us, escorted by Jesus and Eduardo and one more man who said his name was too long, from Mexico Tourism. We had a running commentary about the town of Veracruz - and I can tell you there is a lot to see - as the commentary lasted almost the entire ...

20. Estela, my angel, Tecolutla, Mexico travel blog

20. Estela, my angel

A travel blog entry by mlloyd

... ATV with Nicholas,  monitoring turtle’s nests. That sounded a lot more interesting than watching Daniel dig holes.  Mexico City taxi drivers had nothing on Estela. She zipped, zoomed, and careened through the sparse traffic of Tecolutla as ...

2007-12-30 5,5 hrs à Veracruz, Veracruz, Veracruz, Veracruz, Mexico travel blog

2007-12-30 5,5 hrs à Veracruz, Veracruz

A travel blog entry by aryeh71

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Passerai-je une journée icitte ? On verra Gare 1ère classe San Andrés Tuxtla ou Catemaco en ADO (3hrs, 10 fois par jour) 92 $MX.... le plus tôt possible pour aller à Santiago Tuxtla et Tres Zapotes... Campeche ...inconnu... Gare 2e classe ...

Off to Veracruz to play with Hurricane Karl, Veracruz, Mexico travel blog

Off to Veracruz to play with Hurricane Karl

A travel blog entry by amc828

The plan was to use Veracruz as a polite way to leave this house and go where the kitchens serve better food, not to mention beers and coffee to your heart's content and also be there for my friend's brother's celebration for his civil ceremony (the ...

8. Expect the unexpected, Tecolutla, Mexico travel blog

8. Expect the unexpected

A travel blog entry by mlloyd

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... ? Would they let me stay in the bungalow that Luis had was supposed to have lined up for me? Would I be heading back to Mexico City tomorrow? Fernando must have been wondering what to do himself, faced with an unexpected visitor who didn’t speak the ...

Breakfast in Veracruz, Veracruz, Mexico travel blog

Breakfast in Veracruz

A travel blog entry by dugnjulie

Veracruz, Mex. Bus picked us up at 8:30 am to go on tour. Were driven to downtown Veracruz and to Gran Café del Portal for breakfast. They still had their Christmas decorations in place. When I asked the guide about it he said they celebrate 3 Kings ...

Spanish Immersion School, Veracruz, Mexico travel blog

Spanish Immersion School

A travel blog entry by frostforest

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... . I started searching the blogs for different schools and finally found the school that was right for me. It was in the city of Veracruz, Mexico. It is American owned and operated and the web site gave me all the details that I needed. Veracruz is hot in ...

Veracruz: Last Day with Hosts, Veracruz, Mexico travel blog

Veracruz: Last Day with Hosts

A travel blog entry by rona.puntawe

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... out of cash, I changed my last remaining Euros. I had better rates in Merida (M$16.50 to 1 Euro) than here in Veracruz ($15.45). Unfortunately, there's no place to change my Australian dollars. Angeles accompanied me, and  I joined her in running ...

Loooong day today, Veracruz, Mexico travel blog

Loooong day today

A travel blog entry by chrissybz

I went all the way from Papantla which is about 100 mile north of Veracruz to 100 east of Villahermosa. THAT. Is a LOT of miles. The roads were VASTLY improved compared to the previous two days driving and it felt like we just flew along the miles. I ...

Veracruz, México, Veracruz, Mexico travel blog

Veracruz, México

A travel blog entry by michelrenggli

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... an Land gnoh, und via Immigrationsbehörde ins Stadtzentrum brocht. Und do bin i also in Mexiko glandet. Mit em Schiff, in Veracruz, wie vor knapp 500 Johr dr spanisch Eroberer Cortés. Veracruz het e sehr schöni, guet erhalteni Altstadt mit de typische ...

Jungle mystics at the lake of monkeys, Catemaco, Mexico travel blog

Jungle mystics at the lake of monkeys

A travel blog entry by benneal

We stay at this jumbled city on the edge of a lake renouned for its witchdoctors and shaman who meet on a hill nearby. We get a boat out to a jungle lodge and kayak out to see spider monkeys and unfit and very bored macakaes.   The lodge is ...

We don't need no Witchdoctor, Catemaco, Mexico travel blog

We don't need no Witchdoctor

A travel blog entry by benneal

We both get sore throats from sleeping in the tent in La Barra, and feel a bit short changed with a cheap room and restless night back in Catemaco. Were offered the chance to meet a Witchdoctor, but the price seems high for some herbs and an healing ...

Veracruz's Hidden Beauty, Veracruz, Mexico travel blog

Veracruz's Hidden Beauty

A travel blog entry by katertot1978

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... (basically bread with beans and cheese on top), I walked around the historic center. I'll be honest, at first I was a little underwhelmed by Veracruz. Mexico has so many stunning cities. Veracruz is not at the top of the list. But as I walked, guided on a ...

Poza Rica, Poza Rica, Mexico travel blog

Poza Rica

A travel blog entry by emeric.bensaci

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Breakfast, balade dans Poza Rica puis depart pour ...

Viva Mexico!, Veracruz, Mexico travel blog

Viva Mexico!

A travel blog entry by meluebke

Hi friends :) Just wanted to wish you all a fabulous Wednesday! I've had a crazy 3 days here as we were prepping for the cast's arrival on Sunday and Monday, the cast arrived on Monday, and today was our first full day with the cast as well as Mexican ...

Wow. What A Week., Veracruz, Mexico travel blog

Wow. What A Week.

A travel blog entry by meluebke

... up at the USBI and I think I hugged every single one of them!  Tuesday, also Mexico's Independence Day, was the cast's first full day in Veracruz and our first Regional Learning day. We first traveled to the local aquarium, the largest aquarium in ...

Lessons Learned, Veracruz, Mexico travel blog

Lessons Learned

A travel blog entry by meluebke

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... I cannot express enough how truly wonderful yesterday was. I have learned so much in the 2 1/2 weeks that I have spent here in Veracruz. I hope that these lessons stay with me for the rest of my travels and the rest of my life. Yesterday we arrived at ...

Moved., Veracruz, Mexico travel blog

Moved.

A travel blog entry by meluebke

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Good morning! The sun in shining in Veracruz and I have finished packing. Today we leave for Puebla and I'm saddened to hear that the drive is only about 3 hours long. I wish it was more as I could greatly use the sleep but c'est la vie! I'll get what I ...

The first of May 2014, Veracruz, Mexico travel blog

The first of May 2014

A travel blog entry by jormaontour

... start to prepare the first of May. I will see how it is. Sure not like in Finland. I consider after my two trips to Veracruz i have gotten a widh view over this area. There are still much more to see. I'm sure that will return back. This area is very ...

Veracruz cost. To east from Llave de la Veracruz., Veracruz, Mexico travel blog

Veracruz cost. To east from Llave de la Veracruz.

A travel blog entry by jormaontour

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Veracruz Antiqua was the first city of the totaly tree cities of Veracruz. There is very beautiful but a small historical center. You find here the house of Herman Cortez and a big tree where the boats were bound when not sailing. Here is also ...

Randy's Creative Education Blog, Veracruz, Mexico travel blog

Randy's Creative Education Blog

A travel blog entry by xerted

My official title is a Human Infrastructure Producer and I work for a unique  creative education business. I live with a really beautiful white cockatoo named  Angelious. ...

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