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Milton first led us to a rooftop terrasse with couches around fireplaces and a great view of the rooftops and churches of Puebla. We had a drink there and chilled out for a bit until it started to get chilly. Next, we went looking for a place with a dance floor. A bit easier said than done, but we did find a downstairs dive bar type place that was half empty, but they had mini-kegs at the tables, and after a run of terrible music ...
... be hesitant to do in busy places, but could probably handle in normal traffic), house prices, and a multi-million Ferris wheel that we could see in the distance. Actually, that's what started the conversation as they explained to us it was a big flop of a project that rarely worked and was too expensive for most people to actually ride it.
After we parted ways with that group, we went inside the church. Unfortunately we couldn't take ...
... br> Use the subway when possible.
Carpool with others.
Bike and/or walk! Such great exercise!
Turn off your car instead of leaving it running.
If you need to run errands, do it all at once. See if you have any friends that need to go to the same places and offer to drive them.
There's your challenge! Let me know how it goes :) It's the small steps that can turn into great outcomes! We can do it!
I want to leave you with the chorus of ...
... which continues today. Our campground, Las Americas was located in Cholula, an historical suburb of Puebla. From here it was just a short walk to the main road, where we caught the bus into Puebla City. This was quite a ride as the driver darted around cars, other buses, trucks and bikes. At stops passengers were barely onboard before we were on our way again and bouncing on the plastic ...
... to be with Charlie, who was able to take care of everything. A vehicle permit costs $25 US; a tourist card is 180 pesos. It is better to pay in pesos, as the exchange rate isn't good. Also, we later realized that our vehicle permit was only issued for thirty days-- since we needed more time than that, we had to adjust our plans for being in Guatemala so that we could renew it before it expired. ...
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