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Travel Blogs from Puebla
... for breakfast and I happily start helping myself to cereal in the kitchen when the little old Mexican lady shoos me out. I wonder if breakfast is over when I realise she's telling me they'll bring it to our table. Sweet. We go for about a three hour walk around this charismatic little city. I believe there are roughly 70 churches alone in Puebla and they are all so different and totally precious. We saw maybe 10 this morning and they were completely packed full ...
... grace of which was seeing some streets I hadn't walked before. Everyone settled on a spot, the effort to find same, Dutchie, reminding me of following 'hey hey hey Rosie' in Prague on a wild goose chase. Brian and I carried on home. Kilimajaro pricing, options, etc were the principal order of discussion.
Out with the computer, Gary and Ann using Skype to talk to family back home. Brian came along and didn't want to sit on the floor [what I was ...
... wanted to learn how to make it. When it came to the fajitas though, things got pretty funny. The recipe we used was rated as mild, as far as Mexican goes. A Mexican would find it bland, and an American would find it very normal. The only spice we used was simple table pepper.
Enter Spaniards, vs. Mexican food.
Spanish food is NOT spicy. Watching them eat the fajitas was hilarious. A number of them had their faces turn BRIGHT ...
Yesterday we arrived in Puebla, but
first let me tell you about the city of Oaxaca and the day before.
Oaxaca is an older colanial city, with lots of churches in the
centro. Before going to the centro we ran a few errands, dropped off
laundry, they do it for you at the laundrimats, this is real nice, we
just drop it off, pick it up a few hours later, or the next morning,
and its washed and folded, for about $6.00, depending on volume.
... 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.
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