Villa Las Margaritas Plaza Cristal
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Las Margaritas Plaza Cristal Jalapa
Travel Blogs from Jalapa
... cool over the mango and banana trees.
Later we wanted to go on a walk through town, but we realized that it was a really tiny town. Somebody said 6000 people live there, but I guess not even 600… So we just had a shower and dinner and went to sleep early.
The next morning we got ready for the rafting. It had rained all night (and it still rained heavily), so the water was quite high in the river. From walking the 100m from the hotel ...
... for this for two months! I was so elated!
She grabs my passport and looks at me with hard eyes and asks me something in very fast hard Spanish. Iv bounded up like some kind of new spring bambi and say 'Hola!! Hablas Ingles'? :D grinning like a 5 year old Cheshire cat.
NOA. She says angrily and prods me with the same question in fast Spanish.
Oh.. Err.. Lo Siento.. Err Hablas Ingles..
She looks really ****** off now.. NOA!! She grabs all ...
... panting like a dog going up all these stairs.
There are eagles that perform there as well. These eagles have been rescued and cannot be returned to the wild so they are there to perform.
By the time we walked down to the car my legs were like rubber. And it was too beautiful to miss. What I notice is how many Mexican ...
... about an hour before we pulled over at a spot on the river side for lunch.
Our lunch spot was on river right underneath a bridge. We had peanut butter tortillas, pasta salad, cookies and water for lunch. While we there we saw a local man cross the bridge on a donkey and go to the other-side of the river to harvest chayote in a field. Once he had a box packed he would return to our side of the river unload the ...
... the riverside. Its not like we get completely naked, we use sarongs and towels to cover up while we change out of our wet gear into dry clothes. One thing I found very odd is that while we change the locals nearby just stare at us very openly. I'm sure we must be quite the site and something out of the ordinary but they actually crowd around and stare. Mexico is a very Catholic country and I sort of expected them to avert their eyes but that is not the ...