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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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The Monarch Butterflies were indeed awesome, but our spell in the mountains was the nearest we got to a 'Homestay' and interesting for the people we met and the stories they had to tell.
We stayed with Joel, aged 34, and his large family of 9 siblings and his parents. They were all involved in developing this Butterfly Tourist business, which …
... to the market, a huge bowl of chocolate drink, this time made with hot milky and a bun, then scrambled egg with chorizo, beans, avocado and separate salsas, not a bad start to the day
The chef at the cooking school soaked maize kernels overnight and then we took it to a local miller to grind this into a dough. He gave us a choice of dishes to make so that we could buy the ingredients at the local market, but these dishes in Spanish we could not recognise! Eventually we ...
... of an ancient Aztec pyramid – as a show of catholic dominance. We walk up the many stairs to the top and take in the views over the volcano.
After taking some days to stay with friends (te agrdezco!) and adjusting to the time change, we are ready to move further south into Central America…here we come! Our afternoon bus ...
... China Poblana, mole poblano, active literary and arts scenes and festivals such as Cinco de Mayo, Ritual of Quetzalcoatl, Day of the Dead celebrations (especially in Huaquechula) and Carnival (especially in Huejotzingo).
... and woke up at 4 in the morning. It luckily didn’t take long to get used to a better rhythm.
On the first Saturday I met Enrique, a friend from Puerto Vallarta which I hadn’t seen in a long time. It was good to see him again and we went to 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 ...