Crowne Plaza Xalapa
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... wind and thunder. People lived in the city from around 600 to 1200 AD. The ruins were quite different from the ones in Teotihuacan from Maya time. E.g. the pyramide of niches was quite special, it has 365 niches all around which symbolize the 365 days of a solar year.
In the ruins we had around 1 hour until the presentation of the "voladores" started. the "danza de los voladores" is a Mesoamerican ritual that was originally performed as a kind of ...
... br> I ended up spending about five hours total in the museum with a small cappucino break to keep myself going. My museum stamina is usually about two to three hours, but a historical or anthropological museum can hold my attention for double that amount of time. There were so many highlights that I remained enthralled for hour after hour. I was absolutely fascinated by the multiple rooms about the Olmec culture, which is considered the mother culture ...
... I slept on it the whole way haha.
So I land in Miami from the plane it looks quite cool not quite as glamorous as you see on MTV or owt but still exciting for a not v travelled Brit like me. The airport is a maze. Soon as you get out it's bedlam! The instructions (in English and Spanish) over the tannoy too very loudly and even more adding to the confusion, make no sense. The American security are tough sons of *****es, the funny thing is when your flying to the ...
... Potosi. I will check out a hotel while there that puts me close to the terminal where I take off from to get back home.
Today the weather here is hot. When it is cold it is cold because it is so damp nice to have it warm.
To Tommy, the pictures were from the museum of anthropology which is a part of the university here in Vera Cruz. This place was simply overwhelming with all the artifacts that they ...
... and all the locals were singing along with him. He reminded me of a flamboyant Mexican Tom Jones, and it surprised me that the young people there knew his music, I certainly don't know Tom Jones's music but I guess that's a cultural difference. Benjamin, Carlos and a few other guys from salsa night got a room at our hotel and joined us for Carnaval and provided us with entertainment, alcohol and information on what we were seeing. It was ...