Bungalows Mar Bella

Address: Km 85 carret Poza Rica - Nautla, Veracruz, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 93588, Mexico | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Km 85 carret Poza Rica - Nautla, Veracruz, is near Lagos de Palermo, Plaza Italia, Playa Chacala, and Francisco Goitia Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Veracruz

    22. Prisoner

    A travel blog entry by mlloyd on Jul 17, 2012

    ... the water. After awhile, I realized I couldn’t see Fernando anymore. No one else could, either. Luis and Aurora had stopped frolicking and were facing the horizon as if looking for something. A long time later we could see Fernando swimming back to shore. Apparently he’d found a turtle struggling against the incoming waves and swam out past the breakers to release it. The effort had exhausted him and infuriated Luis.

    When it was clear that ...

    21. What part of ... don't you understand?

    A travel blog entry by mlloyd on Jul 17, 2012

    ... says so on the trucks.”

    Estela ran back to the bank and when she returned she told me that the closest banks that would let me buy pesos without a PIN were in Veracruz (2 hours away) and Mexico City (7 hours away). I hit on another scheme to get pesos. I asked Laura and Scott if they would buy my Visa gift card. The card had started with around $1300 MX on it and I’d spent about $550 buying my bus ticket. I offered to sell it to them for ...

    15. Hurry up and wait

    A travel blog entry by mlloyd on Jul 16, 2012

    5 photos

    ... of them to take out on a release. I accompanied the group and assisted the turtles who washed back to shore.

    Back in camp, while I was waiting for something else to do, Maria came into the yard from the house. At first she looked away, but then peered at me shyly over her shoulder. Still hurt by yesterday’s mysterious snubbing, I didn’t know how to react. The language barrier made it hard to have a discussion, plus I was still hurt and felt like ...

    13. Rejection is a state of mind

    A travel blog entry by mlloyd on Jul 15, 2012

    Children ran through the surf, flinging green water into the heavy blue of the afternoon sky. A woman buried her boyfriend in the dense, wet sand. A fat man strolled by and tried to sell me a hamaca (hammock).

    I sat in the sand in the shade of a thatched canopy, seeing the life around me, but feeling distant from it. I was focused inward, remembering Dominga’s coldness, and how Fernando had whisked me away from camp ...

    9. My first turtle release & an unexpected welcome

    A travel blog entry by mlloyd on Jul 15, 2012

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    ... of the other tourists were paying me any attention. They had crowded around the concession stand, which was selling T-shirts, hats, jewelry, and other souvenirs to raise money for the cause. I noticed they did not have donation boxes and wondered why not. Was there a cultural taboo, or had it just not occurred to them?

    I joined them, and bought a hat, ordering entirely in Spanish and understanding when she told me how much it cost. A small, ...

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