Oriente Hotel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Banquet room
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We were well pumped at the thought of partying harder than we've ever partied in our party hard lives, at Veracruz Carnaval, the biggest in Mexico. We know that when we party, we party hard, therefore we booked 5 days at Carnival because 1 day is not enough. We were imagining Notting Hill but with 100 more boobs, 30 more sound systems and 500 times more volume.
We arrived on Saturday and bought our tickets for the parade that ...
... nose which were dripping but this only spread the sauce from my hands to my face and nose which then started burning also, it felt like had gotten very sun burnt and then some tiny little people were slapping the worst parts over and over. My face and mouth finally settled and I am now on another overnight bus, I am heading to Puerto Escondido in search of new work and a surf beach to get my dreads back. It's been 1 hour and I have 14 to go. Ps. No bathroom on this buss #dammit Adios ...
... area but have harmonized athmosphere. Not like Mexico D.F. Lotts of nice things for the tourists. Strong recommendations if you feel to visit Mexico. I'm already planning my next stay here :)
This area is safe but this area is a capital de Los Zetas. It means that you need to see around and understand environment. .
Also today i choosed to eat desayuno Veracruzeno. Very good breakfast and it is many things to eat.
Latter went to animal park. It is a small place but offers like Bengal tiger, monkeys and crocodillos, which are very tuff animals. Here is a good piscuina to use for swimming. If you have children this is a very good place. For me it was a nice park and it was happy to see small children be happy when they saw animals.
After leaving the middle of nowhere feeling like death, it then took two days to get out of there and things only got worse.
I left Xilitla early enough in the morning, but again what looked simple enough on a map was a lot more difficult in practicality. I wanted to get to a place called Papantla, where they had some of the world's first bungee jumpers and some more Aztec bits and bobs. To reach there I had to get a local bus to a bigger town, but then ...