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We land in Mexico City late at night. The capital city, one of the biggest in the world, is a carpet of street lights. We drive an hour south across a mountain range that separates the two states to Puebla.
Puebla is overlooked by an active volcano, Popocatepl. The volcano constantly blows a thin line of smoke. The city famously has a church for every day of ...
... tent in the morning. The area we ride through has many greenhouses where many flowers are grown.
Finding a campspot is going to be a daily challenge. Normally we ask people along the road whether we can pitch the tent near their house. On a Sunday we end up in a village that is having a fiesta. The people are very noisy and from our tent we hear people shouting and singing. At nine the fireworks starts and so does the dancing. The noise is enormous and at 1 AM ...
... a while then cook them now. For anyone who wants to know what they taste and feel like, I liken it to the fried anchovies that you would have for a Nasi Lemak (a Malaysian rice/curry dish).
The rest of the trip is not really noteworthy except we saw a beautiful little church that we couldn’t take photos of. This place was decorated to the max. When you walked in there, your eyes didn’t know where to focus because there was so much going on. ...
... 3 hours I spotted a bus to Tlaxcala at a crossroads - asked the driver to stop but he wouldn't do so without a long explanation by which time we were 5km south. Waited for a bus back to the crossroads with a friendly job hunting local & pretty soon another bus came to go to Tlaxcala - 3rd class bus stoppping everywhere, so although cheap, may almost have been faster to continue with previous plan, ...
... palms and water fountains bubbling away. Arched buildings with lots of restaurants and cafes lined the square. We visited the Iglesia de Santa Domingo, which was very beautiful. We spotted some interesting stores - there were an astounding number of shoe stores (zapaterias), sadly all in mayan sizes rather than our respective sasquatch and hobbit requirements. And eyeglass stores - why so many? There were quite a few ...
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