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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 ...
Also today i choosed to eat desayuno Veracruzeno. Very good breakfast and it is many things to eat.
Latter went to animal park. It is a small place but offers like Bengal tiger, monkeys and crocodillos, which are very tuff animals. Here is a good piscuina to use for swimming. If you have children this is a very good place. For me it was a nice park and it was happy to see small children be happy when they saw animals.
... such as human sacrifice. The main plaza of Cempoala has an altar for sacrifices. It also has a fire pit for an eternal flame, which was kept burning nonstop. When a human was sacrificed, the poor fellow's heart was burned in the eternal flame.
Another amazing feature was the gladiator ring. Cempoala was a well-protected place, but if some naughty individual managed to get in, he was put into the gladiator ring against a Totonac warrior that was far more equipped to kick ...
... a few times. I managed to to get sick and arrived to Veracruz in one piece.
After checking in to my hotel, I headed out in search of some dinner. After snarfing down some molletes (basically bread with beans and cheese on top), I walked around the historic center. I'll be honest, at first I was a little underwhelmed by Veracruz. Mexico has so many stunning cities. Veracruz is not at the top of the list. But as I walked, guided on a ...
... a little short of his enthusiasm though, as we found ourselves going down a sort-of road on the beach.
Right--on the beach. Us. Driving a motorhome through sand. No problem tall Bob tells us. I knew you could do it.
But for $12US a night, I don't think it can be beat.
We walked down the beach crunching shells with every footfall. There were millions of them. We watched fishermen where a river flows in, then later sat in the thatched roof ...