Villa Las Margaritas Caxa
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... 8211; Frank and Nadine from Germany, Dalila from Mexico and me. The first stop was in Jalcomulco, a small town which is known for rafting. We had booked a package that included accommodation, meals, rafting and one other activity. After arrival we had lunch at a restaurant with view over the river. Later we did our additional activity which we chose to be “tirolesa” or zip lining. It was not a very long zip line, a few hundred meters, but ...
... or more. The fountains are filled with turtles and coi fish. The trees filled with raucous birds who aren’t scared to buzz the tower flying only inches from your head. There are some larger predator birds on display near the reptile exhibit. They looked bored but posed well for pictures.
Later I headed into another Anthropology Museum and saw a lot of what I already saw in Mexico City. Nothing too exciting. Walked to another park, Paseo de los Lagos, in the evening ...
... The colours and shapes of the buildings is like something out if the clangers. It's beautiful and mesmerising but dirty and smelly as hell too! It's noisy crazy not one person spoke any English that I asked so I was just awestruck.
So I had three hours to find my bus to Xalapa. I was going to get the midnight bus this was my plan with my company but I did my own research and the 1.30am one seemed a safer bet. BOY. Was I right.
If Mexico city is the ...
... So this fellow was not too popular later in his life and now a days for selling California,New Mexico, Texas and Arizona to the Americans. AND he had a pretty good arcitect and decorator for sure.
It rained today and it was cold but it could not spoil this and then we went to a restaurant in the city where they hand make their own torttia's. Ate way too much again and I will deal with it when I get home.
... eddy next to the restaurant. While in the eddy we worked on bow draws, draws, sculling draws and boof strokes. We stayed there awhile working on strokes and techniques before continuing down the river.
The Rio Actopan is very creek-like. It is narrow and requires many side to side creek-like moves without the severe gradient of a creek. It can be rather shallow in spots, very continuous and requires many boofs. It is ...