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... jarocho music, I found myself pulled to the zocalo (main square). Full of families and couples, Veracruz's beauty began to shine through. I walked on toward the malecon (boardwalk), passing through a street converted into a spontaneous danzon party. A band played and couples, young and old, danced cheek to cheek. Magical.
I continued on to the malecon, a congested freeway of Saturday night merrymakers and lovebirds flanked on all sides by ...
... to accept it as normal now! The buses here are very good; with plenty of leg room, air conditioning, toilets and movies. This bus also had extra channels where you could listen to music as well! It was a six hour journey but time passed quickly and once we arrived we dropped our bags at the hotel and headed for the centre (zocolo) which was very lively! Amazingly as we were walking ...
... Pie - The Reunion' on the way (is pretty funny), and checked into Hostelling International upon arrival, really friendly and clean place, i feel we're pretty spoiled for our first hostel experience but we can judge this later.
Walked upto Balboa park (about 3 miles) then got the no#7 bus back, had tea in the Gaslamp Quarter at a bar called Barley Mash and watched some NFL and Baseball. A pint of Guiness was $9 so drinks were very ...
... He told us off for taking our time in the kitchen when "others also need to use it". Later we discovered that this couple LIVE at this hostel. We caught a glance into their room. They had a dressing table with ornaments and clothes on hangers. There are Permese in the U.S. too? Permese - not someone from that mystical land of Perma. It's a Lee-sim to describe people who live permanently in temporary accommodation and, as in this case, become territorial. You may ...
... the shop woman brought out all her friends to join in with her hysterics).
To cut a long weekend short there was a lot of hanging around drinking beers (in the zocolo, at the beach) and doing pretty much nothing of much significance. Kyah and Bridget came down the next day and ended up spending the night with us after a series of disasterous events including a sudden 3 am rain storm, a missed bus and 5 of us in a double bed. So that was a lot of fun. ...
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