Travel Blogs from Puebla, Mexico

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Driving, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Driving

A travel blog entry by kimbutterfly15

Driving in Mexico... First, in general, the amount of space between cars and other objects. This goes for driving, parking, random objects, and pedestrians. Durring my first ride in a car i did not notice much because it was dark and i was ...

Ant lavae for dinner, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Ant lavae for dinner

A travel blog entry by benneal

A quick stop in the conservative and peaceful city of Puebla known for inventing the mole sauce famous to mexico. We tried ant lavae which was actually pretty good, and some tasty drop off the bone got meat in parcels before catching an orchestra by ...

mexico, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

mexico

A travel blog entry by rick.guillaume

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mexico, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

mexico

A travel blog entry by rick.guillaume

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Salsa Caliente!!!!, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Salsa Caliente!!!!

A travel blog entry by rachelniewiada

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Today was a pretty laid back day. This morning, Sammy, Nikky and I walked around the markets here in Puebla and then watched the Olympics. In Spanish, regretfully, but you mainly watch it anyway, right? It was the female gymnastics all-around and since ...

The last leg of my trip, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

The last leg of my trip

A travel blog entry by jolding21

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... then had dinner with my parents which was a quesadilla and then toast with nutella on it. Nutella is like the Peanut Butter of Mexico, only it is chocolate! **Wednesday, July 26** Today we went to the Forts of Guadalupe and Loreto. There is a huge ...

Puebla Excursion, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Puebla Excursion

A travel blog entry by ksorum

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... the artisan's markets, known for their clay and fabric. For lunch, we got mole in the Zocolo. Chocolate mole originated in Puebla, and is apparently the best place to eat it-delicious! We also saw some gorgeous cathedrals built with a Baroque ...

Puebla, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Puebla

A travel blog entry by colettels

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... plus they played dubbed videos including the not to be missed "The World's Most Outrageously Talented Pets". Puebla is a beautiful city and Mexico's 4th largest. It features many historic monuments, Mexico's tallest cathedral and is well known for its ...

Starting to feel at home, Tlalpan, Mexico travel blog

Starting to feel at home

A travel blog entry by slw321

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... with the lawyers and I have now paid them and handed over the paperwork to ensure that I am legally registered as a student in Mexico!   Friday was the day they had organised a visit to Teotihuacan for us. There were 3 busloads of us gathered at ...

okay so here I am, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

okay so here I am

A travel blog entry by jamessitto

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Toluca, Alltag, Kindergarten, Hausaufgaben, Mexico, Mexico travel blog

Toluca, Alltag, Kindergarten, Hausaufgaben

A travel blog entry by fabi_en_d.f.

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Hallo zusammen, nach inzwischen auch schon wieder zwei Wochen Funkstille melde ich mich mal wieder. Die lange Pause liegt großteils daran, dass ich in letzter Zeit leider sehr mit der Uni beschäftigt war (mehr dazu unten) und sich dadurch auch keine ...

Continuing along the way in Mexico, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Continuing along the way in Mexico

A travel blog entry by jolding21

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... and hung out for a while! It was a really good time! **Wednesday, July 5** Today for our morning activity, we walked around Puebla to the shops in town. There are tons of shops up and down every street. Every street has its own theme. One street ...

Happy Thanksgiving & Happy Bithday!!!, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Happy Thanksgiving & Happy Bithday!!!

A travel blog entry by kimbutterfly15

... *The amazing things i have seen and tasted while here in MX. *Teh many things i have learned here, about both mexico and myself. *And the amazing hospitality I have recieved from Lili and her family. Today i am also especially thankful for two ...

Puebla, Mexico, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Puebla, Mexico

A travel blog entry by tigereye

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Interesting food: chile en nogado, mole poblano, and delicious cemitas.  Great architecture, lots of churches, and a huge pyramid. ...

A Day in Puebla, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

A Day in Puebla

A travel blog entry by bohemianjournal

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by Dave Guilmette     Co-Publisher / Traveler     The Bohemian Journal    Puebla is the first truly Colonial style city we have visited to date in Mexico. In it's historical 'centro' district, it reminds me much more of ...

Puebla, Mexico, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Puebla, Mexico

A travel blog entry by exploreamerica

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... I walked aroun with Valeria (from Costa Rica) and a girl, Tatianna (from Brazil).  We explored the sweet streets for which Puebla was famous.  Although there were a variety of sweets and candies that I have never seen before, I din't care to ...

Puebla, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Puebla

A travel blog entry by ccchrissie

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Puebla - a colonial city full of cobbles & churches - not worth more than 1 ...

THE LOCAL DISH, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

THE LOCAL DISH

A travel blog entry by tezzatravels

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... a Lonely Planet recommendation re the mole plobano from the Translator, the latter having downloaded some portion of the Lonely Planet guide on Mexico on to his camera. Yikes! After some searching, El Mural de los Poblanos was found. It was a tad snazzier ...

First time in Puebla, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

First time in Puebla

A travel blog entry by salsero

... from each other.  Both offer a lot of shopping, well really that's all of Mexico. The one distinct difference between Oaxaca and Puebla is the street naming convention where streets are specifically named numerically with the suffix of Oritene, ...

I am HERE, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

I am HERE

A travel blog entry by staceyellison

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... City was much like I expected. Lots of pollution, lots of people. Traffic was crazy! The two hour bus ride from Mexico City to Puebla was even more terrifying than the plane ride. The traffic laws make little sense to me, but our driver certainly drove ...

Itinerary for the rest of the trip, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Itinerary for the rest of the trip

A travel blog entry by kimbutterfly15

... 11/29- Puebla 11/30-11/6- Oaxaca City and State & Huatilco (coast / beach / mexican turtle center)  11/7- Puebla / last minute things and packing for home 11/8- Flying home!!!  (both are Continental Airlines operated by Express jet ...

A un mes, Coyoacán, Mexico travel blog

A un mes

A travel blog entry by amonosriendo

Quien? Dayan Rodriguez Como? BMW GS 1200 Adv Cuando? 1 de mayo 2013 Recorriendo en solitario México, EUA y Canadá, de costa a costa y llegando hasta el Círculo Polar Ártico, 3 meses y mas de 20,000 kilometros Difundiendo el trabajo en ASAC buscando ...

Food, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Food

A travel blog entry by kimbutterfly15

The food so far is very good!! This is one of the things that i worried somewhat about before i left. I do not know exactly what i expected...but...i am very pleased. Maybe i thought almost everything would be very spicy, but this is not the case. ...

Auf Afrikasafari, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Auf Afrikasafari

A travel blog entry by juttachris

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I am so familier with Puebla, also World Heritage, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

I am so familier with Puebla, also World Heritage

A travel blog entry by masami

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Sep 19, 2009, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Sep 19, 2009

A travel blog entry by masami

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Going to Toxca, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Going to Toxca

A travel blog entry by anders

... yogurt from a store. Then I went out and bought some porcelain and took a shave at a local barber. Later I took the bus to Mexico City and then to Toxca. Toxca is nice old silver mine up in the mountains with steep and narrow streets and has now become ...

Lovely change from the big city, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

Lovely change from the big city

A travel blog entry by beckandbill

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... but basically Puebla was just a really lovely little city. I could definitely have spent longer there! It was certaintly a good contrast to Mexico City (despite having 1.5 million people!). So far we've had some great food, and some very not-great food. I ...

I ate bugs!, Cholula and Puebla, Mexico travel blog

I ate bugs!

A travel blog entry by sabrinamexico

... staying at the older boys house for the week and another guy who works there visited the town of Cholula which is just outside Puebla. Its a university city and apprently pretty good to go out for a drink. We climbed up to this pyramid that has a church ...

More stairs, and eating crickets, Puebla, Mexico travel blog

More stairs, and eating crickets

A travel blog entry by sam.callender

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Today we went to a really pretty catholic church on top of a hill, which of course required us to climb even more stairs. I swear my quads are going to be huge when I get back to the states. The view up there was beautiful, and the church was painted ...

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