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... really nice coffee. Not like the one in Toluca which is mainly Nescafe… I also bought 1kg of coffee. Later I thought that considered I drink usually 1 espresso on the weekend, this will bring me through the next three years here!
In Xalapa we had a hostel in the center. It had a small garden with a huge avocado tree and 3 rabbits! The hostel was very basic, but enough for one night and also more than you can expect for 100peso, which is around ...
... near Veracruz near Cordoba and Xalapa. It is also famous for its cafe's style of serving lechero, which is a milky coffee. Servers, all very young men, come around to your table with two metal kettles. One has coffee, the other has milk. They first pour the coffee (about 1/3 of the glass) and then, with the milk kettle poised high above your glass, they let flow a cascade of milk, filling your glass all the way to the brim but not overflowing, ...
... we headed off to negotiate terms for the boat trip. Apparently they were promising to drop us on an island where we could stay and sunbathe for a couple of hours. The beaches in Veracruz are sandy, but hard compacted sand that is a greyish colour, so not too appealing! Eventually we paid about £5 for the boat trip and headed off to explore the sea around Veracruz, which is an enormous ...
... Ill just leave you with the promise of actually writting the occasional blog, and will start from now. On friday eight of us are going down to the coast for Semana santa which will be good and I promise Ill record every detail just for you lot.
At the casa things are going good now weve all settled in to our routine. This is my usual week day routine.
7ish: Wake up
9Walk the youngest (Brandon whos 6) to kinder which is about 15 mins ...
... Zocalo. The Bad Humor in this case was a paper mache monster (in South America, they use dummies of local politicians.) We had a perfect view from our rooftop terrace (6th FLOOR) where, with all sorts of room, we could wrap in blankets and keep cozy in the gusty wind. And we were even spared the blistering heat and flying/burning debris that was thrown around by the wind. I’m pretty sure no one was actually hurt but I was glad to be where I was all the ...