Mar Y Tierra

Cap de Fragata Pedro Sainz de Baranda s/n, Veracruz, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 91709, Mexico | 1 star hotel
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I'M PREGNANT!

A travel blog entry by doove

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... ask is as helpful as a marzipan dildo. In the end, I had about ten pounds left on my travel card so went to a supermarket and got really annoyed with the staff there, as basically you needed a store card to get in, then had to leave your backpack in a storage unit, which all ate more into time I didn’t have… But anyway, with my last remaining bit of cash I bought a headset with a microphone, and generally had the unwarranted feeling of smugness that I’d somehow beaten ...

Day 46 - The long and winding road

A travel blog entry by jayandbob

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... There was a funny movie, although in spanish called The Zookeeper or something? At times we would look out the window to see the beautiful landscapes of Mexico. We saw another volcano in the distance. The mountains were amazing as we got closer to Oaxaca. The road up and around the mountains is incredibly windy and lots of hills and terrain for the bus to climb, it was a very slow ride at times. Even as the sun begun to go down at around 8.30 we were still a long way from Oaxaca ...

Day - 45 Veracruz Aquarium

A travel blog entry by jayandbob

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... I would get out to drink another beer and dry off within minutes, then get back in, the only time I got cooled off was when the breeze picked up and I'd get out wet and the air would cool me momentarily before I dried off. It seemed myself, being a very white man with heavily coloured tattoos was attracting a bit of attention from both males admiring my pin up girl chest tattoos and female, at one point a man looked at my chest and did the biggest double take I have ...

Day 44 - Markets and tacos

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The plan today was to check out the Veracruz aquarium, the best in Latin America. But when we arrived there the line was massive and there were people everywhere in the complex. The aquarium shares a complex with the Ripley museum and a heap of shops and a food court. As I said people were everywhere and we didn't feel like waiting in the line all that time and have to be in the aquarium with all the family's ...

Day - 43 First impressions of Veracruz.

A travel blog entry by jayandbob

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... the usual Mexico market things we've seen time after time but also a lot of signature Veracruz things, things to do with water, like boats, fish, turtles, things made from shells, beach wear, that sort of thing. We didn't buy anything, instead opting to return tomorrow to get gifts. After a while we became very dehydrated so called into a convenience store for water and an icy pole. I've never had to eat an icy pole so quickly, as soon as we ...

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This 1 star hotel, located on Cap de Fragata Pedro Sainz de Baranda s/n, Veracruz, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good