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... by shops -- most of which sell shoes. Lots and lots of shoes.
We navigated through the crush of people to the main square, ostensibly to see the cathedral. But we got a bit sidetracked by the giant -- and I do mean giant -- Christmas celebration going on. It made Mexico City's Zocalo look low key in comparison. Lights and lit-up reindeer sculptures and stars hanging from trees everywhere. Fake plastic gingerbread house type ...
... 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. ...
... Nice but a bit strange. The rooms are rented by the hour and each room has a private garage where you can park your car behind doors. We decide to rent the room for the whole night and the garage we use as bike storage.
After Tepotzlan we go direction Puebla. before we leave town while checking email at an internet cafe we see Hanna ride across the street again. She joins us riding further to the east. The route we chose takes us between the two huge ...
Hello from Puebla, Mexico!
What a beautiful city. I absolutely love it here and am having a fabulous time. I am so excited to tell you all about it!
I must first apologize, however. I love writing in my blog and sharing my adventures with you. However I also having an absolutely wonderful time getting to know my host families, spending time with them and sharing in their culture. Thus, at times, writing in my blog falls a few spaces on my priority list.
But you ...
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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