San Leonardo Puebla
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... counting the number of times I tripped or rolled my ankles, 3. Whilst in the market a German Jehovah Witness tried to show us the way to God. My first sunburn of the trip complete with a bag strap tan line. Damn over the shoulder bag! What we learnt... Don't go rogue when ordering. We attempted to try something different without first having sought recommendations, bad idea. The English description was beef leg with vingarette, which we believe to actually be pure fat ...
... ka) Dropped our bags at the hotel and walked straight to the market where we had a very good meal. There are people with open fires who will BBQ meat and vegetables of your choice. A few salads, salsas,avocado and of course wheat tortillas to complete the meal. A real carnivore feast. Pork, beef and chicken All cut very thinly and then BBQed.
The fresh food and veg selection is amazing, many of which we did not recognise, big bags of different coloured beans, breads, cakes ...
... 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 ...