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... us on a walking orientation tour of the Historical Centre once we had dumped our bags. There is a whole street dedicated to shops selling sweets and biscuits. Gabriel took us to his favourite shop where we sampled a number of the sweets and biscuits.
The historical centre has many beautiful Spanish colonial buildings that are adorned with painted ceramic tiles. Reminded me ...
... he was heeding nature’s call. Little did I know how right I was. When he sauntered over to Oliver and me, he said, in his German accent, “I just, how do you say, 'womited’.” “You vomited?” I replied. The altitude was clearly affecting him. “We need to get you down the mountain.” He said he felt he could take care of himself and that Oliver and I should go on as planned. ...
I bumped into the crazy Spaniard (Edu) from Guadalajara. It was Bueno Verte (so good) to see him!! We went to the old train station together. They don't use trains in Mexico any more (only for the copper canyon) but they have turned the old station into a museum with 10 or so old trains there that you can go inside and climb on top of. It was good fun!
I went back and did my full ashtanga yoga practice which I don't think I have done since Mexico City! During ...
... nice small town feel like Antigua in Guatemala. We arrived just before lunch checked out the main cathedral which is pretty awesome on the inside. Full of gold leaf and the walls and ceilings have been decorated to the maximum. Three dimensional plaster on the ceilings and a beautiful centrepiece at the altar. The church also has a separate chapel which is something else to look at. Pictures don’t really do these buildings justice because the space that ...
Well, it was my bright idea to visit Tlaxcala, capital city of the state of the same name, smallest in Mexico. Despite it not having any particular attractions, supposed to be a pleasantly set colonial town.
Tired before I'd started, as the near vertical walk up slippery cobbled streets to the bus station killed me!
The plan was 4.5 hours by bus to Puebla then an hour from there to ...
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