Hotel Posada Cuetzalan
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... villages is a nightmare with calming road bumps errected at random to slow down traffic.
We finally got to a quiet hotel with a wonderful outdoor heated swimming pool. This was a lovely treat for 2 days. We found that the cheap bus ride got us into town easily, with only once getting lost in the suburbs and resorting to being rescued by taxi. We found a great private collection of
artifacts, beautifully displyed in Robert Grady's house, this included ...
... as fried grasshopper with guacamole, and even brains. I didn't try any of them, but many braver souls than I had a go.
Monday nightlife quest (part 2)
After dinner, those of us who didn't go out last night (and a few who did) decided to head out for drinks and dancing. Unfortunately, Monday night isn't the best time to try and do that. But, of course, when there's a will, there's a way: It's as true in Puebla as it was ...
... for tacos and beer for dinner. I had chalupas (only veg option on the menu and nobody seems to want to make me a quesadilla without meat) and after two litres of beer between us, we decide more churros would be appropriate. Fatty fatty boom boom. Arrive back at our hostal (where the toilet and water was supposedly fixed this afternoon) to find the toilet and water is not fixed and we still have none. Wet Wipe shower! We're off on the next bus journey to Oaxaca ...
... Guardalajara, he can get by, smoothing things over ie where to get coffee. Over to an Oxxo, a 7-11 equivalent.
The no breakfast included thing just takes a bit of getting used to. There will always be a grocery store nearby and/or a convenience store re staples. Gary and Anne have adopted quite well thereon, finding last night submarine-type sandwiches and a large [and I mean large] bottle of Corona for dinner.
... anyways, but commented that it was the ''spiciest thing they had ever eaten''. ....but the Spanish aren't necessarily famous for being tough...
And then there were three (again)!
It's no longer just Austin and I in our three bedroom apartment. This week, we finally found a new flatmate (I say we, but it was Austin).
His name is Elias, and he is also from Morocco, but has lived in Spain since he was 14. Like Austin, ...