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Travel Blogs from Puebla
... there is traffic. Sometimes you wish you could spend more time looking at the scenery (which I can do much more than my dad). But there is no filter. There is nothing quite like riding a motorcycle in the open air.
So, as we moved through a particularly dense patch of fog high up in the hills between Mexico City and Puebla, I found myself realizing that yes, indeed, we were going to do this trip. And soon enough the clouds opened up and you could see out and we ...
... 8221;. I discovered while I was away last weekend that I got to know a different set of people. This is an aspect of studying here that I had not really anticipated. Of course I was expecting to learn more about the Mexican way of life and culture but in addition I have had some fascinating conversations with people from all over Europe and North America. Last weekend also meant that we could really talk without it being about our classes or just saying ...
... balconies five levels high ringing the action. Next to this is the artists quarter and there are dozens of tiny studios filled with the artwork and the artists are on the street painting or conducting classes or generally just chilling and chatting. It's a great atmosphere. There was a marquee set up and a young musical group were about to perform so we sat down to watch for a while. It was all quite promising and the first song was in Spanish and the ...
... system charges the American taxpayer in order to make a profit.
Since Regan declared "greed is good," we have all become blockheads, and that blood is on our heads, and our heads only. No one else is to blame. You, me, and no one else.
So, sit back, swill your beer, watch the game, and continue to avoid realithy and your blame.
I'm sure it seems silly to ask you to once again enjoy these pictures, but please do.
... 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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