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A cute little town of around 100 blocks in a grid like layout, making it easy to navigate. We have found the locals to be much friendlier, helpful and stare less than those in Mexico City. We spent the day walking amongst the sites, practicing our Spanish with a taxi driver and the lady at the icecream shop :-) With a list in hand we headed into the sweet street with treats recommended from blogs and websites which did not disappoint. The staff at Gran Camoteria La Clarita ...
... guests with his Mother and sisters cooking more meals next door and his brothers providing the horses and assistance for the arduous mountain climb. This business was also greatly helped by Ellen, an American from LA, living with Joel for the last year, who knows what visitors want. But Ellen is an Anthropologist and going back to LA to teach in the summer. Is this an academic project for her, or is she emotionally involved with Joel and the family? For ...
... meet us back in the parking lot sometime after 3pm.
At 5am, later than we had planned, Oliver and I set out. We both carried mid-sized packs and hiked with headlamps and hiking poles. I hiked faster than Oliver and when I stopped to wait for him, turned off my headlamp. The stars were incredible. Shooting stars, one after another. Absolutely soul-feeding. A look over at PopocatÚpetl revealed a beautiful and magical ...
... around these cool fire pits in the ground. They also had lights built into the floor. Very cool. Soon, we had to leave to go meet at the cathedral at 5:30 and then off to dinner.
We arrived at the cathedral in the cold, wind, and rain. We didn't go inside for long because there was a wedding later and we were not permitted to see the alter area. They said we would come back the next day.... great, just what I want to do. On the outside ...
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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