Meson del Alferez Coatepec
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... gave one girl my autograph and I couldn't see what I had written on the paper!! But, this shows that they are at least excited and interested in what we do, or at least, they are having fun by asking strangers dressed up in 1500's Italy costumes to take a picture with them. Inbetween the first and second show, I talked with some of the English teachers who organized the event. We were having a grand time! One lady was telling me to not use the subways ...
... and with not much else to do we just surfed, swam, played cards and ate! We would mission it into town each day for lunch which was about a 20 minute walk each way so that helped kill some time, but it was about as relaxing and chilled out as you could get and the scenery was very different to El Tunco and surrounds but also very beautiful. Lisa and I returned to El Tunco before the rest of the guys but saw them all again a few days later. We had a ...
Got a bus to Xalapa and decided to stay there than going to Coapetec. Lots more hotels in Xalapa. Got a room @ Hotel Limon. Very nice hotel with all mosaics works but rooms are very small. The price is good for what you get @ 180M. Once settled down, head out to the Coatepec where the coffee of the Veracruz comes from! The bus leaves from the Mercado los Sauces for ...
... he does reside and how he gets the the falls which is a good hours walk from the town itself. The waterfall was beautiful and I was lucky enough to be the only visitor at that time of the day (besides Manuel, of course). The waterfall is most famous for its star role in the 1984 film 'Romancing the Stone' and you can catch a taxi from town or walk.
I am at La cascada de Texolo which is located in the small town of Xico. Originally I came to Xico to see the waterfall ...
... Excellent," we thought and our evening plans were set for where to sleep.
Now, we felt confident to spend a bit of time exploring the centro part of town. We found the main cathederal and zocora (town square) and while meandering within, three 9th grade girls (approximations) approached us asking if we were touristos. Cheryl, who's Spanish goes way beyond her humble denials of "Muy Espanol is mucho malo" understood that they ...