City Express Puebla Angelopolis
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... myself a Mexican SIM card - no one should live without internet 24/7. Pretty chilled out afternoon - we went to the museo de la Revolucion (where the Mexican Revolution started) - no English translation which was a pain. We then headed to the bibliotheca which we had to pay 20 pesos to wander for like 10 steps and not be allowed to take any photos boo, we decided to ...
... interesting look around. Perhaps more impressive (And certainly less constrained by language barriers) was the imposing red Church of Santo Domingo (built in 1650). As impressive as some of the other churches (And Cathedrals) I had seen in Mexico had been I was really taken by surprise when it came to this one. knowledge and religion can be left aside for this one, the only thing you need to appreciate this is a pair of eyes.
... br> Taking Roberto's suggestion, I had tortilla de cameron and a deep purple colored drink. My lunch looked like a vegie patie in a curry, though the taste is totally unique, with rich shrimp flavor, and mixed spices.
We continued to look around the street food. I bought an amaranth and mixed nuts candy for $5 (which retailed at $16 at the bus station). Tried some of the exotic drinks as well: pulque, mamuey, guanabana all of which taste ...
... we're going to a mini tourist trap, but actually for what it was turned out so much better...
Pulling into the car park we decamp from the tourbus like some SWAT Team to advance enmasse to this small shop, to which we're delightfully presented with a table with about several bottles of the local brew which for Mexico is of course famous the world over for Tequila!
Now Tequila has a quite nasty effect on me back ...
... to walk over the slippery rocks without falling, but we managed it! We got to the waterfall when the guy suggested we made the last jump over, so he could take our photo by it, we cautiously agreed and crossed safely. When we got to the other side, I decided we should swap places, Itzel managed to get to the other side of me and as I turned around, I lost my footing and slipped feet first into the river, pulling Itzel in along with me.