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Last night we played in the semi final game of the tournament. We were matched up with Brazil. We scrimmaged Brazil on the 2nd day we were here. In fact we dominated them in the scrimmage. But last night was another story. They had lost the night before to Canada and had a chip on their shoulder. So they were prepared, motivated and had a leader on the court that put the team ...
... Well, I spoke Germ-Span-Glish. With all kinds of new Spanish words swirling around in my head, I had a hard time switching back to pure Deutsch. Eventually we settled on English – Oliver and Peter’s English is better than my German - though I enjoyed the novelty of speaking German when I felt confident.
In the weeks leading up to our hike, I had expressed my concern to Oliver about the nonchalance ...
... a nice looking restaurant. I got us a room, we got the car parked and we headed out to explore. I cannot say enough about how pretty puebla is, the historic centre is full of churches and classical colourful buildings with quaint streets and street vendors. We looked round the cathedral, which also was stunningly ornate inside. The area has been designated a UNESCO world heritage sight, and I can see why. So we wandered ruined for most of the afternoon ...
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 ...
... was alive with the Caravans leaving. We had a front row seat for all the action. After the crowd left we caught the local bus to the center of Puebla. Puebla is said to be the most European city in Mexico, being established by the Spaniards in 1531. Unlike most of the other Colonial Cities, Puebla was not built around an exiting native village. Left aligned photo tag: By 1539 the city had ...
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