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... the buses going at half respectable hours to Papantla, so needed a plan B.
After a quick read of the guide book, decided that Xalapa sounded the least ****, and was at the most convenient time and distance to get a night bus and then spend a day there. The bus was packed but changed my usual seat number veinte cinco (somewhat of a South American tradition) and tactically went for the back seat near the bog, hoping that I could get both seats free to lie down. With five minutes to ...
We departed our hotel with Jeanette, our Tours by Locals guide, and knew immediately that we were in for a delightful and informative tour. San Diego is a city with an interesting history combining the cultures of the Native Americans, the Spaniards, the old west, the military and modern times.
The native settlement, dating back thousands of years was made up of two main groups, the La Jollan from over 6000 years ago and the Kuneyaay who arrived 2000 years ago. ...
... end of the day, which was 5 pm. I was still energetic, so visited the Mexico Verde tent outdoors, to scale one of Mexico's tallest mobile climbing wall.
Tonight there was to be another cocktail party in the grounds of a museum but no dinner. So I picked up my dinner at Carl's Jr. And then spent the time on Skype with family, packing and doing work (having been away from office for 2 weeks). Heard the cocktail venue was very hot, something I dread.
... definitely had the tastiest!
There were only a few hours of daylight left, but we decided to do a bit of relaxing and headed to the nearby cinemas to check out The Amazing Spiderman. It was a good excuse for some simple mindless fun, but probably won’t require a repeat viewing. And after four days of convention-going and extreme tourism, we just decided to skip dinner and call it a ...
... best horror movie from 2009 and Kiefer Sutherland’s “24.” So it has been used in so much it is not funny!
So I caught the Amtrak to San Diego which was about 2 and half hours. It was a great train ride. I had a business class ticket since I wanted to make sure I had a seat reserved on the train. It was the best decision I made! I got a free drink and snacks, like a muffin and potato chips. The train was awesome too, since it had power outlets to ...
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