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Travel Blogs from Puebla
... with tiled walls and cut-out tissue paper streaming across the room. The waiter suggested chile en nogada to us, and we both ordered it. I didn't realize it at the time, but it's a very Mexican dish that I had been wanting to order. Symbolically, it has the colors of the Mexican flag--red, green, and white--and so represents Mexico. It's a tortilla stuffed with meat, fruits, and walnuts and covered with a walnut sauce. It's then sprinkled with ...
... scratched the surface! (Or bit the torta, should I say?)
Warning: the majority of photos included are snaps of our meals. While we didn't have the opportunity to eat all that Puebla has to offer, we ate well, and often. Breakfast at our hotel turned out to be surprisingly good. What's actually surprising is that when reviewing our collective photos, we're actually missing meals.
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... attending mass. So much so they almost spill out the back doors of the church. Whilst making our way back, we stop at a fruit cup stand (yay!) and I get my dose of vitamins. Then seeing as I've just eaten something healthy which cancels out any bad food, we stop at a churros stand and have warm, crispy, dusted with sugary goodness churros with Hershey's chocolate syrup. Then we stop at the little eatery beside our hostel and order a couple of tacos. Then Mario ...
... s got some toughening up to do before the likes of Kili.
In the sack after 2230, Sarki coming in shortly thereafter.
Dorkette of the day--Sara
Guffawing out loud in a high end restaurant showed what class she had.
Honourary dork of the day--Brian
Brian for fretting about having to wear clothes more than once on safari, asking yesterday about the tequila and turning down a shot today and too prim and proper to sit on the floor re wifi.
... were sweating. One girl had to load her fajitas up with huge pieces of cheese so she could eat it. The whole time they talked about how spicy the food was. It was pretty hilarious to watch. I want to see them eat real Mexican food, with some jalapenos and real spicy peppers.
I think they would explode.
Suffice to say, our Spanish friends probably now think that the holiday is a festival of mouth burning. They seemed to enjoy ...