Hotel Hostal del Cafe
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... pretty much see what I needed to see from the window of the bus, and the rest of the scenery up until reaching Xilitla was pretty breathtaking.
When I reached Xilitla, I was a little nervous because I had literally no idea of where to go, and felt a little intimidated visiting somewhere so out of the way on my own again after the attack. I did not know if it was a safe or dangerous area of Mexico to visit – I’d built up most of my confidence back, but ...
... 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 ...
... People (like us) could choose to be tied up, crawl to the edge of the abyss and peer over the edge of the cave. But it is not just a hole. It is home to tens of thousands of white-collared swifts (not swallows) and green parrots who exit from the deep cave every morning as the sun rises.
And what an exodus!
We walked a little further around the rim of the cave and sat on huge boiulders, waiting for the magic moment. The big red sun ...