Hotel Concha Dorada
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... blanket of foam rising above the top. YES! As a coffee lover, this whole system is true pleasure for me. And, of course, the coffee is damn good.
After two coffees and a new breakfast experience called a bomba (pan dulce with black beans and cheese melted on top- very,very good though still strange), I went to the City Museum to learn about Veracruz's history. I learned a thing or two about the city's rise from a virtually unknown town with ...
... So fresh, so tasty.
Day 2 involved navigating public transport towards (……) and getting a local bus towards Teohuantepec. Successful use of public transport in a foreign metropolis is always good for morale, and we were soon bumping along past colourful hillside barrios (complete with political graffiti and which looked rather like the stereotypical dodgy Mexcio City) and then into the countryside and run ...
... a continuous stream of container ships heading in and out! We had to laugh about it though as the "island sunbathing" didn’t materialise. We approached an island and were told something about it but as it was a nature reserve we were not allowed to land on it. But we joined several other boats moored on a sand bar, which was submerged in waist deep water, where we could swim or head ...
... everyone is afraid to go because they think they'll be kidnapped, but they have blinders to the fact that they are missing a plethora of UNESCO sites and one of the Seven Wonders of the World.
For the first time since the "electronic age" I'm traveling without my beloved iphone, ipad, laptop, etc because I fell victim to the fears my friends put in my head. But it will be fun too. Hey I ...
... excitement to find English books, bought
two. Even more heavy things to carry, well done Sarah. I almost forgot,
Sarah and I had a lovely chat over breakfast about my need to learn
Spanish and the opportunities for work over here with NGO's i'm
interested in, once i had managed it. No problem **cough**. So, after
perusing the bookstore, consuming a lukewarm latte and utilising the
free wifi to call my mother to get an apple crumble recipe, ...