Holiday Inn Puebla - Parque Industrial Finsa
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... moved on to a traditional Pueblan sweets shop which also sold little ornaments of skulls depicting Mexican lifestyle. Next stop is a Talavera pottery shop which we were given a tour of. Last stop was the handicraft market, the Parian. Back to the main square where Ernesto left us. The others stopped at a cafe while I went off in search of a telcel (caved in the end!) ...
... for us! The boats would only have female names, I looked and looked and finally found my name hoooray! Wandered around the shops and then we headed back to our hotel to check out. Then lunch round the corner at a grill place (meat fest!). Coffee break at Starbucks and then we left for our public bus to Puebla...I miss private buses, will need good bladder control! 2hrs later, we arrived to Puebla ...
... for tacos and beer for dinner. I had chalupas (only veg option on the menu and nobody seems to want to make me a quesadilla without meat) and after two litres of beer between us, we decide more churros would be appropriate. Fatty fatty boom boom. Arrive back at our hostal (where the toilet and water was supposedly fixed this afternoon) to find the toilet and water is not fixed and we still have none. Wet Wipe shower! We're off on the next bus journey to Oaxaca ...
... Yemen 67MP .
Final stretch to pick up a return bus to Puebla, this one more of an ancient product with little leg room 7.5MP. Back to the hotel by 1445, Fabian setting 1900 for the dinner rendezvous.
Downloaded the pix of the day so far and then out to the wifi assembly point to join others. Did some of the day's blog as well as chatting to Brian about Kilimanjaro. The idea of a 0100 departure may have him nix those plans!
Left with ...
Into the last month! It's pretty hard to believe that I'm going to be back in the US in almost exactly a month. It's surreal. Here's what I've been up to going into this last month of Spanish life.
Cinco de Mayo: Feelin' hot hot hot!
The Mexican (now Americanized) holiday of cinco de mayo came on Saturday. For anyone not familiar, cinco de mayo (which literally just means May 5th in Spanish) is a Mexican holiday celebrating ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool