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Travel Blogs from Xilitla
... of money. I am two weeks in and have experienced a lot so far. Hopefully the adventure continues with the same luck I have had so far.
Not much to say about Jalpan. Just a one night stop centrally located to the rest of what I wanted to see in La Reserva de Biosfera de Sierra Gorda. But one thing I did find here was a way to cut my expenses. Buying food from the market is a much cheaper way to feed myself. Although, ...
Subah kareeb 5 baje ke aaspass achanak mujhe garmee mehsoos hone lagee.. Bus ruk chuki the..mujhe laga hum Xilitla pahuch chuke."Mexico me X has sound of H. Va ko Ba bolte hai...spanish exceptions while speaking...ok, ab return to Journey". But i was wrong, hum San Luis Potosina ke highway pe the, mai bus se niche utra, Tour Organizers ke saat charcha chal rahee the ke Trip Plan follow karna hai ya modify karna hai.. Sab ne water activity doosre din karne ...
After our exciting early morning seeing the swifts exiting the cave at the Sotano de Las Golindrinas, we climbed back up the 850 steps from the cave to the main road, got back into our truck with Juan Manuel and drove to Xilitla, where we had brunch and discussed our plans for the rest of the day.
The next stop on our tour was in a tiny pueblito called La Trinidad. We were going to stay for one night in an eco-lodge managed by the villagers who lived there. After ...
In 2011, the town of Xilitla was named a Pueblo Magico (Magic Town), in the State of San Luis Potosi. It is in the Huasteca Potosina region, the northeast part of Mexico, and home to the Huastec people.
Xilitla, pronounced Hee-leet-la, is a laidback, little mountain town, perched on the top of a hill and surrounded on all sides by the green slopes of the Sierra Madre Oriental. The climate is temperate and the setting, breath-taking. Xilitla is ...
... About 1 1/2 into our drive, we could not go any further. That was it. Juan and Chris went for a slippery, muddy walk to check things out, as the truck that I was in slowly slid backwards on the mud. We went back the way that we had come and took the long route to the town of Xilitla where we planned on staying the night. We would have to see the birds another day.
But, the day ended up being a fantastic one for all of us. Juan drove us to a magical, ...
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