Hotel Posada Cuetzalan
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The drive to Puebla from Mexico City heads east for about two hours. There was a major delay at one point as a truck's trailer had split clean in half! We stopped for coffee on the way, everyone heading for coffee and be for the restroom first, which cost M$3. In the coffee shop it is free. Doh! Heading into Puebla I was immediately struck at how alike the historic centre of the city is to Salta in Argentina. The plaza is probably in better ...
... told there is a protest at the bus station with no busses leaving as well as some roadblocks on the way. We had to take a private minibus a long way around to avoid the road blocks. The little bus was packed full off our luggage and it made for a very cramped and uncomfortable overnight journey. Early breakfast, Mexican eggs, so called because it is scrambled eggs with the coloures of the Mexican flag red ,white and green, tomatoes onions and green chillies. Tasty 50 pesos.
Day 4: So after a moderately stressful morning of discovering for some reason that none of our plastic currently works in any ATMs (Mario tried five of them), we decide to begin the bus journey from Mexico City to Puebla. I'm not sure what to expect, but I did read good things about this place. We have roughly 100 pesos on us. And the leftover expensive fruit from the day before. So life's pretty good. We catch a cab from the bus station and I'm a little apprehensive ...
... Yemen 67MP .
Final stretch to pick up a return bus to Puebla, this one more of an ancient product with little leg room 7.5MP. Back to the hotel by 1445, Fabian setting 1900 for the dinner rendezvous.
Downloaded the pix of the day so far and then out to the wifi assembly point to join others. Did some of the day's blog as well as chatting to Brian about Kilimanjaro. The idea of a 0100 departure may have him nix those plans!
Left with ...
... going around Cholula zocalo, and had intercambio of espanyol en Tagalog with Roberto over a cup of chocolate ambro (bitter hot chocolate). This guy is impressive with his "language' collection. He has hosted 60+ couch surfers, and been hosted almost as many times having traveled in 60 different countries. He has in-depth and extensive knowledge of Mexican and indigenous history and is learning the latter's language, Nahuatl.
I feel inspired.