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Travel Blogs from 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 ...
... 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 ...
... table overlooking the zocola.
Puebla was founded by the Spanish in this valley in 1531 to secure the trade route between Mexico City and the port of Veracruz.
By the end of the 18th century, the area ...
... I started that process but another chap came along and said to not bother.
Sarky and I trashed each other during episodes when he was not watching a Zac Efron movie. Two damn trips and two Zac movies: torture!
It was about 1107 when we pulled into Puebla. Taxis on order to the Hotel San Angel, the streets quiet due to the holiday. Up to the 4th floor, lugging the bags to a room with brightly coloured ...
After the most abnormally wet and cool spring ever in Jaen, warm weather is FINALLY upon us. In true Spanish fashion, pretty much everyone complained about how cold the spring was, and how it's like "living in the north" down here. Of course, the very day that the weather changed, they all began complaining that they don't like so much heat and that it's ...