El Relicario De La Patria Hotel
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We spent 2 days here, and it was much to our liking. Just about the right size, nice architecture and parks, a small mercado a couple blocks from our hotel, very good inexpensive authentic local food, a small river running thru town, right near our hotel. The town is redoing several major streets, providing wide sidewalks, clearly providing for future increasing tourism. Lots of beautiful talavera pottery. Here are some ...
Sorry for the lost day! We stayed the night in Xicotepec last night and the wifi was bad. So! Let's see we performed one show yesterday, then we made our way to Xicotepec! We ate lunch literally on the side of the highway under a circus tent. I mean we ate with cars and trucks zooming past us as one of the servers tried to flag other customers down to eat at their tent. I ordered a barbacoa quesadilla....because the word barbacoa looks like it ...
... changed for the river.
We were picked up at 11:15 a.m. and taken just down the road outside of Jalco where we unloaded our kayaks, did our usual pre-paddle stretching and Anna had us grab sticks and run down to the river screaming and throw the stick in. I guess it was to help get rid of nerves but it was really funny. Once everyone was in the eddy we worked on ferries, s-turns, stern draws, back ferries and edge control before continuing ...
... to the next put-in. It gave her some time to relax.
We pulled up to the put-in in the little village of Apazapan. We took our kayaks to the river and then went onto the footbridge that spans the river. Here Anna talked further about reading water and had us study the rapids and tell her where we think we should go. It was a useful exercise. We put in on the Antigua and immediately ran a set of three long rocky and shallow rapids. Somewhere in the second set of ...
... forward motion of your kayak because of an obstacle. The back stroke is done by planting the blade behind you near your rear end and rotating your torso to draw the blade to front of the kayak near your feet. We practiced this stroke so we would know it but also because it works the smaller muscles in the back that are not often used.
Since we learned how to make the kayak go both forward and backwards it was now time to learn some turning strokes. The ...