Travel Blogs from Puebla, Mexico

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VIRGIN TERRITORY, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

VIRGIN TERRITORY

A travel blog entry by tezzatravels

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... floor, lugging the bags to a room with brightly coloured bed spreads. No reception yet but hopeful. Quick updating before 1215 rendezvous. Puebla is known for its lucha libre wrestling! Everyone is going to take in the fun later. Fabian took us for a bit ...

club/mass/movie, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

club/mass/movie

A travel blog entry by kimbutterfly15

... see a movie. One of Lili's best friends Isabell worked on the movie. It was an annimation film/cartoon. The film was set in Puebla, Puebla witch mde it even more interesting. I saw things in the movie that i have seen in person. The church at which ...

Puebla, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Puebla

A travel blog entry by elturtle

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Today, my two aunts and grandfather boarded a bus back to Mexico City while I got onto a bus to Puebla. The bus ride took about two hours and cost about $5. I arrived in Puebla, which is surprisingly large, and took a cambi(city bus) to the ...

A busy first week, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

A busy first week

A travel blog entry by rikvdvegte

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... a big shopping mall to buy me some sweaters. This may sound odd, wearing sweaters in mexico, but it turns out that Puebla is the coldest spot in Mexico during the night (5 degrees or so) and this is especially annoying when you know a thing or two on how ...

Apr 04, 2010, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Apr 04, 2010

A travel blog entry by jacek_tb

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Back to a real mexican city!, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Back to a real mexican city!

A travel blog entry by sej2268

... and carriages parked up in the old sidings, there were lots of engineering work machines too, a nice display about trains and the revelotion, in spanish, understood about half of it. Really liked Puebla, but onwards next stop Mexico City.   ...

election/aunt's house 4 dinner/mcdonalds & movies, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

election/aunt's house 4 dinner/mcdonalds & movies

A travel blog entry by kimbutterfly15

Today was election day. I went with Lili and her father and brother to see how it worked. For the most part it is pretty much the same, you sign in (they dont get cards in the mail) get your ballot and go to your booth. It is like a cloth box, so it ...

Puebla, Cholula, and Tlacolula, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Puebla, Cholula, and Tlacolula

A travel blog entry by samanthawiley

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... beach for a few days next week to do a yoga class, and I´ll be heading to Juchitan mid November to volunteer at Pimpollo.    Here are some pictures from my trip to Puebla and Cholula. Miss you all, Amor, paz y luz para todos ...

Puebla Centro, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Puebla Centro

A travel blog entry by rona.puntawe

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I intended to only make a stop-over in Puebla to break the long journey from Mexico City and Oaxaca, not knowing what awaits me. To say I was pleasantly surprised is an understatement.  Xanenetla - Graffitiville I love murals and grafittis, ...

Puebla, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Puebla

A travel blog entry by tommnow

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... at all;-) - passing through green forests with great views on the nearby mountains and the monumentous volcanoes. When I arrived in Puebla I realized it was the Plam Sunday. As Mexicans are very religious the city was really celebrating, churches were ...

Puebla, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Puebla

A travel blog entry by sioppeia

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Bravúros útvonal navigátorunknak (Laci) köszönhetően pikk-pakk Puebl''ban találtuk magunkat. A világörökség részeként nyilvántartott városka házai, utcái valóban kellemes perceket szereztek nekünk. A katedrális, a híres pueblai ...

Peaceful (TOO peaceful) Puebla, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Peaceful (TOO peaceful) Puebla

A travel blog entry by kimbos

... of the day. Unfortunately for him, the tripe was easily recognisable and he quickly lost his appetite! Then Enrique dropped us at the bus station and we are itno a bus headed to Mexico City - the biggest city in the world (?).....shoudl be a ...

A Mexican Christmas - bah, Humbug!!, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

A Mexican Christmas - bah, Humbug!!

A travel blog entry by macfarlanei

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... the very next day...´´ I never thought I would hear myself say this but I miss you Wham. This is a very macho culture here in Mexico and if you really value that philosophy (as a guy) do not walk around a Mexican Zocolo (town square) with tinsel wrapped ...

Cholula / big tocos/ shopping & dinner out-add to!, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Cholula / big tocos/ shopping & dinner out-add to!

A travel blog entry by kimbutterfly15

Today we visited a place i have been looking forward to going to Cholula.  Here there is a large pyramid totally underground, covered by a hill of dirt with a church sittting on top of it.  I had read about it in my book and the internet and ...

Puebla, Mexico, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Puebla, Mexico

A travel blog entry by pollakmenace

... square.  Really beautiful.  Quite european in feel, which would figure seeing as there's a massive spanish influence in Puebla with it's famous Talavera tiles adorning building fronts, walls, floors.  Handily on a grid system the place is ...

Where the biggest pyramid in the world is, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Where the biggest pyramid in the world is

A travel blog entry by bulaska

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Puebla lies only 2 hours away from Mexico City by bus. We took the "Estrella Roja" bus which literally leaves every 10-15 minutes all day long (!) The cheapest ticket costs 130 MXN. We arrived at 6 pm in Puebla and took a bus to get to the apartment of ...

ringing phone...eekkk!, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

ringing phone...eekkk!

A travel blog entry by kimbutterfly15

hee-hee-hee. Lili went to run and check a few things very early and we arrived very late last night so i stayed home because i have a lot of catching up to do here, so i would have time for this. So i am home alone and the phone rings...I think I ...

Grid City, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Grid City

A travel blog entry by allisonbrianne

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Hola! It´s December 29 today and I am writing from an internet cafe in Puebla, population 1.9 million. We arrived by bus from Mexico City yesterday afternoon, and checked into Hotel Victoria, situated in the city centre within walking distance to the ...

A Quick Stay in Puebla, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

A Quick Stay in Puebla

A travel blog entry by mflink

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... created man. Quetzalcoatl is depicted as a feathered serpent with feathers from a Quetzal.   I enjoyed that first week in Mexico visiting several neat places, but none of it compares with life here in Oaxaca, more to come on this wonderful ...

metropolitan mexico, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

metropolitan mexico

A travel blog entry by craig_fleming

metropolitan ...

Problemkind México, Puebla, Bier, Ausflüge, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Problemkind México, Puebla, Bier, Ausflüge

A travel blog entry by fabi_en_d.f.

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... wir zusammen mit Michi, Rogerio und Joachim nach Puebla. einer sehr kolonialen Stadt etwa 2,5 Stunden südöstlich von Mexico-City gefahren sind. In Puebla ist ein riesiges VW-Werk, vielleicht hat der ein oder andere den Namen der Stadt deshalb schon mal ...

many actividades, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

many actividades

A travel blog entry by crystal87

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... were more expensive since we were in a typical tourist area.  We at some lunch at a restaurant and then headed to the bus to go home. It was a good trip over all.  I would like to return to Puebla to study spanish or just to visit in the future. ...

Puebla, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Puebla

A travel blog entry by whereshallwego

... something from a child's lucky bag - we oohed and ahhed all the same not wanting to hurt her feelings. This was it .......... We had reached the point in our trip when we would take our last and final Latin American journey to our last stop - Mexico City ...

cruising the canals in a Trajinera, Xochimilco, Mexico travel blog

cruising the canals in a Trajinera

A travel blog entry by avoner

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experiencing the canals in Xochimilco on a trajinera.....good ...

My placement, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

My placement

A travel blog entry by sabrinamexico

Mitch, Jessie and I just got to our new placements in Puebla, which is a home for boys aged 6 to about 21. Theres three houses, one for the youngest kids, the middle, then the oldest. Jessie and I our with the nińos pequinos who are soooo cute, and ...

laid back day, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

laid back day

A travel blog entry by kimbutterfly15

... (I'm not sure) slept in, which was very nice because we have been staying up very late! I got to experience buying a cell phone in Mexico, Lili got a new one...it was very slow, but they said it is usually not that way, it all just depends on who you ...

Africam Safari / talavera /highest point in Puebla, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Africam Safari / talavera /highest point in Puebla

A travel blog entry by kimbutterfly15

... there i took pictures of the streets and some buildings to replace ones that might be gone, and enjoyed driving through the small towns between Puebla and the zoo. It was 15K so not very far, but we did pass what a thought to be a few small towns. ...

Puebla, ciudad de los ángeles, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Puebla, ciudad de los ángeles

A travel blog entry by celinetjavier

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... recuperados al cien por cien, nos dedicamos por la mańana a decidir sobre el futuro de nuestro viaje: de Puebla iremos a Oaxaca (pronunciado Guajaca) y después al estado de Veracruz. De ahí seguramente nos dirigiremos hacia Chiapas y finalmente los ...

McDonalds B-day party & sleeping, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

McDonalds B-day party & sleeping

A travel blog entry by kimbutterfly15

We were out very late last night after the Palanka (enrty to come soon) and i had been feeling myself starting to get sick...I think the late night and lack of sleep got me...i finally admitted to being sick today and got some medicine...with it and rest ...

Puebla, Cholula, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Puebla, Cholula

A travel blog entry by jackyna

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... it very fast. Crowds of people, cars and smell of old buses. Well, but it is worth to go, because 8 km from Puebla, in a village Cholula, there is the second largest pyramide in the world. It does not look like a pyramide, since there is a ...

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