Hotel Kingdian

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


... 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 ...

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. ...

Manatee Day

A travel blog entry by ecoodysseys


... 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.


Southern Hospitality

A travel blog entry by 2hunters


... 87.

Not sure if that error is in English of
Spanish, but either way no comprendo.

After cruising Veracruz Cathie amazed
me once again getting us to where the book said the campsite was.
Once there “here” we met William and his wife Beatrice and their
son William. They explained this
is no longer a camp site, and we were more then welcome to camp in
their back ...

The most difficult drive yet...

A travel blog entry by bohemianjournal


by Dave Guilmette
Co-Publisher / Traveler
The Bohemian Journal

Having gotten this marvelous recommendation to camp at the waterfalls outside of Xicio, we began our trek to it. Once again we had more difficulty than possible getting to, passing through and exiting the compacted little city of Xicio.
To get there we had to resort to writing the name on a note pad and showing it to those we queried because we simply could not pronounce ...


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