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... some surf towns and received some positive responses from hostels in Puerto Escondido and Sayulita. The hostel I worked in had a great set up and when it's full I can imagine it's amazing but unfortunately Veracruz is just too far off the young tourist route meaning it is only busy for special events. Adam (the owner) has a solid system and I hope that my week was a random quite week, I wish all the best for the future. Veracruz is also very very hot... All the time. I had ...
Today is a day for nothing. Not really. Will only go and eat the breakfast Veracruzano. Latter plan to stay for reading.
Today people should 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 ...
... 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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... 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 ...
... near Veracruz near Cordoba and Xalapa. It is also famous for its cafe's style of serving lechero, which is a milky coffee. Servers, all very young men, come around to your table with two metal kettles. One has coffee, the other has milk. They first pour the coffee (about 1/3 of the glass) and then, with the milk kettle poised high above your glass, they let flow a cascade of milk, filling your glass all the way to the brim but not overflowing, ...