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By the time we re-trace our travels back to Mexico City, through Mexico City in a taxi, and south on a bus to Puebla neither of us feels the least bit angelic.
In fact, one of us, not saying which one, is surly as a bear.
Then, Puebla starts to lift our spirits.
The city (fourth largest in Mexico) feels busy and dense.
... cooked' by the acidity of the vinegar. None of us were game enough to try even after being assured by 3 different waiters that our order was correct. (Pic included). Sites Biblioteca Palafoxiana (library) Catedral de Puebla El Parián (markets) Lunch @ Las Ranas Fuertes de Guadelupe y Loreto (forts from the 5 de Mayo battle) Feria de Puebla (a fair we bumped into at the forts) Calle de dulce (street of sweets) Santo Domingo de Guzmán y Capilla del Rosario Fonda de Santa ...
... were doing, the male was covered in flies but just layer there sleeping. The hippos were all in the water only popping their heads up every now and then for air, we still got a pretty good view when they did, the hyenas were asleep in the shade and the chimps were trying to stay out of the sun too, there were turtles in a lake around the chimps. There are apparently night tours sometimes when the animals are a lot more active, but we still really enjoyed it and saw ...
... until we reached the park service station at Paso de Cortez. After filling out some paperwork and paying about US$4 each, we drove our final stretch up a pockmarked sandy road to La Joyalita, where we would pitch our tents, organize our hiking gear, eat some dinner, and settle in for an abbreviated sleep.
Upon arriving at the La Joyalita parking area, I was surprised to see at least a dozen search and ...
... and South America, and take the steps to making this half of the world a real paradise.
But we need our prison industry to make hugh profits. We need to sell weapons to our enemies to kill us and themselves with. We need to profit from our own corruption. We need to continue to imprison 1 in every 100 Americans to collect that $32K per year, per person. That is not what it costs to keep a person in prison, it ...