Posada de la Moneda
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- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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March 4th Tuesday. Yesterday was a long bus trip day. We left Guanajuato on the 11am 1st class bus to Mexico DF arriving jst before 4pm . Luckily we had some sandwiches and drinks from the Oxxo shop to help us get through because we literally hopped off the bus in Mexico city and bought the ticket for the next bus to Poza Rica which left at 4.30pm. It was a long wet, twisty and sometimes scary ride over mountains arriving in ...
... a much longer story but suffice it to say we need to export Elephant from Mexico. I will go into this story a little more (very little more) later.
As Guatemala is 2000km south of Durango, this meant a change of plans. So, with a few hours work on the maps, we struck out south to Zacatecas whose historic centre has been listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage site. We had a good run down with little traffic but arrived just at the wrong time of day. ...
I reached Papantla for the sole purpose of visiting some of the best archaeological ruins in Mexico. There really isn't much else to explore in the area so I only stayed for two nights.
There is a nice central square good for people watching and a few restaurants to sit outside and enjoy the evening air. I had dinner at one restaurant sitting on the terrace overlooking the square ...
Papantla turned out to be a really nice little town. In the evening couples dance (mostly awkwardly) in the plaza. By the church theres a tall pole where Voladores perform. The ritual started here and noones sure of its significance anymore but it starts with a man on top of ...
... enchiladas..which came out with four small enchiladas, covered in guacamole, bean dip and a yoghurt..as well as some corn chips & rice. Whilst it wasnt quite pretty on the eyes, the taste was explosive - not to mention the cute-as-pie spanish boy that was waiting on us. He was such a sweetie, and was ever so patient with our poor Spanish skills. He even threw a few English words into the mix to make us more comfortable.
After this, we ducked out ...