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Puebla is famous for its 'Talavera' pottery. We were lucky enough to be shown around the only Talavera workshop in the Historical Centre and watched the potters making various items and the artisans hand painting the individual pieces. No door knobs. But I had to buy something of this famous pottery so bought a plaque with three hooks.
After a group lunch, we were left ...
... maize dough into little balls, squash it in a press until it is paper thin, put it on a hot surface for 15 seconds, flip it over for a minute, flip it back over, it puffs up, wait another minute and voila ( or whatever it is in Spanish, you have a tortilla ready to eat. We had a good meal, eating our food when we had finished our cooking class 4 1/2 hrs later..
The evening we were supposed to take an overnight bus to San Christobal, but after carrying our luggage up the road ...
... I've made the right decision as Itinerary Master. But a 10min cab ride quickly diminishes my concerns. This place is just... I dunno. Imagine seeing a really cute puppy while eating your favourite piece of cake. It's just that type of feeling. You want to squeal with delight at the sheer loveliness and you wish you could burn it into your memory. It has real charm. The streets are so neat and divine to look down. They're flanked by gorgeous black vintage ...
... a meander. Had a light dessert like item before checking out a few churches, including the inside of the Cathedral. Some of the grey stone pillars made it darker than I would have liked for picture taking.
We walked as far as the Church of the Carmen before chilling in a neighbouring zocalo. Had a good chat about travel dork[ette]s, travel companies, the conversation inevitably turning to politics for mutual bashing.
Back after 1730 to bring ...
Into the last month! It's pretty hard to believe that I'm going to be back in the US in almost exactly a month. It's surreal. Here's what I've been up to going into this last month of Spanish life.
Cinco de Mayo: Feelin' hot hot hot!
The Mexican (now Americanized) holiday of cinco de mayo came on Saturday. For anyone not familiar, cinco de mayo (which literally just means May 5th in Spanish) is a Mexican holiday celebrating ...