Holiday Inn Puebla Finsa
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So today was the day we performed for a conference of people studying to become English teachers. It was kind of stressful, but fun and rewarding. We had to set up the show in a very limited amount of time, and then run and do the show. It was fun and different to perform for adults who really understand the language, and their reactions were different from the children's.
We also had to ...
... making a deal with a taxi driver to come back and get us at a set time or hoping to find some friendly locals who would drive us to town. Neither of us was really keen on either those ideas. Option B was to go to a different, extinct volcano, but it was apparently quite the hike up to the top. I guess we could have gone and not hiked all the way up, but we nixed that idea too. So, in the end, we decided to just forgot those ideas altogether and enjoy ...
... with the volcano in the background as well. Then there was the amazing water fountain and kids running through it all lit up with their coloured lights. Magic!
Metropolitan Cathedral of our Lady of the Immaculate Conception ...
... 345;ístavní město Veracruz.
EN: Finally, we somehow put together a rough itinerary across Mexico and all Central America (although certainly our journey will change much) and therefore were able to go to Puebla, half milion city, about two hours by bus ride east of the capital. Along the way we passed a volcanic griants Iztaccíhuatl and well known Popokatepetl, active volcano threatening population of 30 milions in ...
... the remainder of the day we took a taxi to nearby Cholula (a much better option than Chopilo). Cholula is a bit touristy, although predominantly domestic tourists, but has lots of nice shops full of Mexican things to buy, some cool cafes and is also the home of the worlds largest pyramid. I know, it's hard to believe but apparently it's in the Guiness Book and everything. The pyramid itself is almost entirely coved in soil and for the most part ...