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Travel Blogs from Huejotzingo
Today was another later day. We went to a school, and a lot of the kids were itty bitty! They were adorable! We signed autographs (I signed a couple of little girl's forearms!) It was really sweet. When we finished there, we made our way to Puebla. It was about an hour and a half drive? On the way, we bought churros from a street vendor in the middle of the highway! ...
... and also a family behind us which a little girl made friends with Bobbie and was blowing her kisses and saying bye bye at the end of the night. We had another great nights entertainment and of course once again Thunder won his match, we tried to get his attention after his fight to get a photo but had no luck. There was a great fight at the end for the title that lasted a long time and had everyone on the edge of their seats, the guy in blue we were going for, who was the ...
... 30 hours before Oliver and I hopped on a bus headed for Izta.
Oliver had invited others to join him as well. When we reached go time, the final count was three, Oliver, Oliver’s friend, Peter, who lives in Cuernavaca, about an hour south of Mexico City, and me. On Monday, October 22, my alarm went off at 3:40am. I met Oliver at the center square in San Felipe del Agua at 4:15 to catch a taxi to the bus ...
... someone since I am traveling
alone. Unfortunately she leaves tomorrow and I will have to find some
other travelers to hang out with.
... overlooking Mexico City, and even if there was we were so high up, that you couldn't have seen it.
Mexico City is 2240m above sea level, the camp where we stopped was 3900m above sea level.
Itzel's dad is working at this camp, so while he was doing some work we strolled around. It was beautiful, though unless we were going to hike, we couldn't do much more than just look.
We started to climb a road that goes closer to ...