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... this is great for girls.... I am not a girl. Your probably thinking "But Estuardo you are cheapo what did you do ?" great question and the answer is I managed to find 10 peso tequila bottles (equaling roughly $1) These bad boys are almost rocket fuel and got the job done for those on a budget.... I am on a budget. After 1 week I decided that this place just wasn't for me and I needed something a little more lively and a place with waves to keep me busy. I started looking for ...
... 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!.
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... of Cempoala (also spelled Zempoala) and the historical town of La Antigua. Cempoala is about one hour north of Veracruz, but the trip took closer to two hours on the second-class bus, with its love for constant stops. When I arrived in Cempoala, I was pleased to see that it was almost empty. I quickly began chatting with Alfredo, a knowledgable and experienced guide. I arrived at Cempoala with very little knowledge about the Totonac people. What I learned was that Cempoala played a ...
... jarocho music, I found myself pulled to the zocalo (main square). Full of families and couples, Veracruz's beauty began to shine through. I walked on toward the malecon (boardwalk), passing through a street converted into a spontaneous danzon party. A band played and couples, young and old, danced cheek to cheek. Magical.
I continued on to the malecon, a congested freeway of Saturday night merrymakers and lovebirds flanked on all sides by ...