Hotel Kingdian

Arroyos, Santiago , Veracruz, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by doove


... up my growing bromance with Mezcal – another apparently very antisocial dog that was VERY comfortable with my company. Had this with a few dogs on my trip – maybe I should consider going into the dog taming industry?! Well I am definitely going to need a job soon…

So, the next morning went to collect my blood results and went back to the doctor, who said I was extremely low in Iron, and confirmed that I had anemia. Probably doesn’t help when you got ...

Rained in at El Encanto

A travel blog entry by andycrandy


... br> I fell asleep after sunset and didn’t wake up until it started raining at about 6 am. And since that was the last thing I expected, I didn’t have my rain fly setup on my tent. Scrambling around in my underwear, I found my flashlight and rain fly, threw on my flip flops and jumped outside. Luckily, I was able to get it on pretty quickly and nothing was too wet. But that was the start of a full day of off and on rain. ...

City To Jungle

A travel blog entry by ecoodysseys


... br>
I got to see what Veracruz looks like from my room balcony on the 5th floor. I could see a bit of the Gulf of Mexico, albeit hazy. The city looked fairly flat and homogeneous without prominent high rise buildings, perhaps by design. But the view was largely dominated by the sprawling shopping complex and World Trade Centre below. It was Sunday, and the timing and wifi signal were good for a Skype call home to let them see my sleepy look, the hazy sea view.

Spent ...


A travel blog entry by swanning_around


... countries including China, Lebanon, Iran, and Russia amongst others. This brought commerce and skills which lead to one of its wealthiest periods when the lifestyle of the elite of the town equalled that of any European or North American capital.

When we walked out of the museum the guard shouted after us very gruffly, “Hey, you” and we stopped, wondering what we had done wrong. However, he only wanted us to write in the visitors book and he ...

The most difficult drive yet...

A travel blog entry by bohemianjournal


... is the only existence. This picture portrays the church in the fist of the mountain villages we encountered.
This was the only picture we took, because from there on, we spent our time driving from rock to rock, climbing at an average of about 7 miles an hour.
Cheryl has since pointed out to me that this photo may have been taken much earlier in the day as we exited Xico, and probably well before we got to the aforementioned restaurant. ...


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