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... 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 ...
... a few gallons, I cooled off with some beers and some chicken wings. Then walking around a while, I found a concert going on in the street. A really good group playing Cumbia-Reggae. Very entertaining Monday night.
The next day I went to explore some of the many parks in the city. Actually I wandered around aimlessly until I ran into one. I found Parque Los Tecajetes. Spectacular jungle vegetation surrounding fountains and playgrounds with enough walking paths to spend ...
... I'd get flipped and pinned against the wall on my on-side. I don't have a combat off-side roll so I had to swim. It happened today and yesterday as well! Anna and Mil drained my kayak while it was still in the river and we did an in-water entry to get me back in my kayak.
Once I was back in my kayak we continued just down stream to the take-out in Coetzala. Instead of taking out Lalo delivered lunch for us. We had turkey, tomato, lettuce and ...
... from water level but I did get some on our next activity… zip lining overhead across the river. It’s done a little bit differently here than our experience in Whistler. For example, here you also hold onto a wooden block with straps that is your 'brake’ and which also keeps you from spinning since you’re connected to the line in two places. And the lines are shorter and less steep but beautiful nonetheless.
With lush and ...
... all bought some mole from her as well as some Mexican chocolate that her other daughter-in-law makes.
After the mole demonstration we went to Esprit for happy hour. Tonight we had Margarita's made from local sugar cane and we also had crackers and various local cheeses. We watched the videos and photos from the last few days. Since this was our last night in Jalcomulco we settled our tab with Esprit and put in our orders for photo and video dvds.
A little while ...
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