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... area but have harmonized athmosphere. Not like Mexico D.F. Lotts of nice things for the tourists. Strong recommendations if you feel to visit Mexico. I'm already planning my next stay here :)
This area is safe but this area is a capital de Los Zetas. It means that you need to see around and understand environment. .
... is famous. Do not miss it. It is a great place. Information in english is found too. I did not like to see the dolphins. They should be free.
We finnished the evening by tasting Mexican vines. They are really good!.
http://www.todoveracruz.com/index.php?o ption=com_content&id=530:parque-zoo logico-y-botanico-en-veracruz&Itemi d=74
... and their animosity towards the Aztecs, the Totonacs joined with Cortes to attack the Aztecs, The alliances that Cortes and his fellow conquistadors made with indigenous groups was one of the decisive factors in their defeat of a much larger Aztec army.
There were some very interesting features of the site. Before the Aztecs came along, the Totonac were a peaceful people. Under Aztec rule, the Totonac adopted their gods as well as their practices to please and pacify ...
... young Mexican women glide (or teeter) around the airport in the most ridiculous high heels. Seriously insane footwear. I get why women choose to wear shoes like that to a club or a bar, but when you're traveling...Very impractical.
Eventually, the time arrived for my flight to Veracruz. It was in one of those smaller planes, which I do not care for. The plane was also very warm. Add to that some good bouts of turbulence, and I almost lost ...
... not a soul in the pristine pool---it was all ours.
Course, that could have something to do with the road in. The map shows 32 kilometers, but actually? More like 1 1/2 hours on a two lane shared with horses, herds of cattle and innumerable chuckholes.
When we finally reached the little village of Las Glorias tall Bob's GPS gave up and we had to rely on the guy on the street who, in Mexico, is especially happy to help. His helpfulness ...