Posada Del Cafeto
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This is such a nice place to stay. It is impeccably clean and the staff is incredibly helpful. The courtyard is full of plants and flowers and beckons to be relaxed in. Some additional perks are that you have a coffeemaker in your room with local coffee to brew and there is purified water available to drink. It's a 5 minute walk from Parque Juarez.
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... was like a bridge day and it made sense. I thought it is a bit short in advance, so I should be quick in making a plan, not to sit around for 5 days. I knew that some Germans here planned a trip to Veracruz, so I contacted them and we organized that I can join. At lunch time I asked my team leader (Jorge) which form I Have to fill to get this day off. He said "well, that was actually not a very serious mail" and he admitted that our group leader didn't lock ...
A nice university town built on the hilly countryside below volcanic peak of Cofre de Perote. Being a lot closer to the coast, it's surrounded by jungle vegetation, but it’s also hot as hell. I stayed only a few nights but packed in many activities. Xalapa is home to the University of Veracruz, as well as many other arts schools. You can see and feel the creativity all throughout the city.
After walking a few miles from the bus station to downtown, ...
... for when we get to Mexico city.. WOW.
WOW WOW WOW WOW WOW.
We came in at 10pm so it was dark but having spoken to a few people since that's actually the most magical time to see it.
They're not wrong!
I can honestly say since flying over Mexico city my jaw has not come off the floor since then.
The 'city' is more like the size if Yorkshire probably bigger!! You CANNOT SEE the end.. Bear in mind a plane is ******* high ...
... changed for the river.
We were picked up at 11:15 a.m. and taken just down the road outside of Jalco where we unloaded our kayaks, did our usual pre-paddle stretching and Anna had us grab sticks and run down to the river screaming and throw the stick in. I guess it was to help get rid of nerves but it was really funny. Once everyone was in the eddy we worked on ferries, s-turns, stern draws, back ferries and edge control before continuing ...
... back to Jalcomulco and for Katie to drive us and our luggage to Veracruz.
The fruit market was cool. They had all types of fresh and exotic looking fruits. The ladies even cut up some mangoes and guanabana for us to try. The guanabana is a tropical fruit native to many South American and Latin American countries. In Mexico its used as a dessert, or in agua fresca. It is sometimes made into ice cream or fruit bars. Its hard to describe the taste. It was good ...