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A nice university town built on the hilly countryside below volcanic peak of Cofre de Perote. Being a lot closer to the coast, it's surrounded by jungle vegetation, but it’s also hot as hell. I stayed only a few nights but packed in many activities. Xalapa is home to the University of Veracruz, as well as many other arts schools. You can see and feel the creativity all throughout the city.
After walking a few miles from the bus station to downtown, ...
Got the 10am bus to Puebla. Got to the city by 1pm. Need to catch a bus to the center for 30min ride. Finally after 1hr walk, managed to find a hotel in the center for 110M without any bano. Today is the parade of the Mexican Christmas kings in Puebla. Too many crowed and police on ...
... don't speak much Spanish. Few people speak English and will be able to help you.
2. Aquarium info : http://www.acuariodeveracruz.com/
3. The Veracruz Airport has wi-fi access but you must be a member to access it?
4. Hotel La Villa had great wi-fi access.
5. The NatureSpace app for iPod Touch is great for falling asleep in loud areas.
6. Jalcomulco map: http://oc4jver.veracruz.gob.mx/Municipi os/municipio?ciudad=30088
... an instant bruise! Ouch! The guide helped me up and unattached me from the cable and I waited in line to get hooked up to the next cable.
The awesome thing was that Eileen came with us and brought the camera so she could get pictures of everyone zip-lining. All the ladies in our group decided to go except Lorelei, she was a little tired from the long day on the river. The second line was a bit longer and at a much steeper grade than the first so you went ...
... mixed green salad with star fruit and balsamic vinaigrette dressing, and pollo barbecado in banana leaf and lime tort for dessert. All of the food was fantastic and very fresh.
Once we were done eating we were invited into Berta's kitchen for a tortilla making lesson. Mexican custom dictates that a woman is not ready to marry until she can properly make tortillas. We watched as Berta demonstrated how it was done. She took the dough and began folding it back ...