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... in the world, and on one of the most beautiful beaches in the world; Cancún. I AM MOVING TO CANCÚN!
CANCÚN! I can't believe it, so lucky!
Unfortunately Mexico is known for one thing at the moment and has quite the reputation... no, I'm not talking about the ponchos and sombreros (a stereotype which their Olympians only encouraged,) but the drug wars and escalating violence which have ...
... Andy remained calm, as he had noticed that there were a lot of other people still stood waiting for their bags. Sure enough, a few minutes later the conveyor belt started up again, and soon after, Sarah was reacquainted with her rucksack. We had a few minor problems passing through customs, owing to the fact that for the first time on our trip we needed to be able to speak a foreign language. Andy had been learning Spanish for the past few months, but the Mexicans spoke ...
... with its own dangers, given that any old building may fall down at any moment.
Joking aside, this city loves to demonstrate. One day we witnessed at least five different demonstrations including a student march demanding the right to free university education; a cycle demonstration along a proposed new “Metrobus” route (ie the creation of a dedicated bus lane which would entail closing the streets off for weeks, ...
Tecolutla is a isolated beach town located 190 km north of the city of Veracruz along the Gulf of Mexico.
It is located close by Papantla and Poza Rica, cities placed near interchanges of highways that link to Tampico to the north.
Here, you can relax - almost no vehicle traffic, lots of good restaurants, even eat at "Bigotes' Tacos" - in front of the Plaza!!
The most important and growing economic activity here is tourism. The
primary reason ...
As we had trained our stamina it was easy to handle this marathon and we finally could enjoy some beautiful views before heading back to the city! :)