Howard Johnson Veracruz
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... some surf towns and received some positive responses from hostels in Puerto Escondido and Sayulita. The hostel I worked in had a great set up and when it's full I can imagine it's amazing but unfortunately Veracruz is just too far off the young tourist route meaning it is only busy for special events. Adam (the owner) has a solid system and I hope that my week was a random quite week, I wish all the best for the future. Veracruz is also very very hot... All the time. I had ...
... I'm sure that will return back. This area is very beautiful, safe and fresch. But during the spring sometimes too hot. I heard that upp to 46C is common. For me 38-39 C is more than enough. My friend told that the hurricane season can make lotts of problems during the fall.
I feel very good here. Like the nature and the people. This is not ...
... is famous. Do not miss it. It is a great place. Information in english is found too. I did not like to see the dolphins. They should be free.
We finnished the evening by tasting Mexican vines. They are really good!.
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... role in the history (as well as the prehistory) of Mexico. You see, the Totonac were
the first indigenous group in Mexico to come into contact with Hernan Cortes when he arrived. Having been under the dominion of the Aztecs, and unhappily at that, the Totonacs believed, like the Aztecs, that Cortes was Quetzalcoatl returning to the earth. Therefore, they treated him as a god and hooked him up with all sorts of precious goodies and special treatment. Due to their adoration ...
... was clear, but on entering the bus found that not only was I next to the *******, but also next to a fat old guy and two of his friends, that literally spent the whole night snoring at the world’s loudest volume. Not impressed… and must have only got about an hours sleep at best on that ride.
When I did eventually arrive in Xalapa at 6am, my lack of sleep combined with previous death cold and absence of energy escalated massively, and felt super drained, to the point ...