Hotel Tekuani Kal
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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The Anthropological Museum in Xalapa (an otherwise unremrkable town) s reckoned to be the second best in Mexico - after the national museum in Mexico City. And that might well be true, but the day we visited the National Museum it was very crowded (being a free of charge entry day for Mexicans, if not for us) and not having enough descriptive material in English.
Xalapa. on the other hand, we had almost entrely to ourelves and a ...
... this time around, there was Dan and Steph who were in the room next door then Jonno and Farls, two Aussie lads rocked up a few days later plus a heap of other people we met and hung out with over the time. The first thing I did when we got there was buy a surfboard off Aaron, a local guy we had met last time we were there, and that began the ritual of 1 or 2 surfs a day for the next month! We also had an awesome Ladies Night where we all went out ...
... with a gorgeous garden and SO MUCH AMAZING STUFF TO SEE!!! In the museum are the famous giant Olmec heads as well as statues, friezes, and artifacts of all sorts. I was dorking out...hard core. I kept talking to myself saying things like, "Too cool!" I'm sure the museum guards thought that I was insane as I wandered around, talking under my breath and taking photo after photo. Ah well...It's not every day that I get to do these things that I love ...
... of rafters on the river. It was interesting listening to his stories. After dinner we had pfeterols for dessert.
We then returned to La Villa for the night where we checked our emails, journaled and went to bed very early because we had a long and hard day ahead of us. I've found that I've gotten the most sound sleep in Jalcomulco after the temazcal.
Things Learned on Day 6:
1. Aguacate is avocado in ...
... mountains during heavy rain. Instead we drove to the town of Xalapa and went to a nursing home and did much the same as yesterday. Instead of helping them with exercises we finished performing for them and then had a dance party with them!! It was so much fun.
But apparently the team didn’t know how long it would take us to get to the nursing home from Veracruz. It was ...