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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 ...
... souvenir shop.
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We stocked up on some bus snacks for the ride to Oaxaca and headed back to the hotel to meet the group at 1:30. Unfortunately, Pradeep and Tatiana misunderstood and thought we were meeting up at 2:30, so we ended up hanging around waiting for a while. That's the trouble with big tours; there's a lot of rushing through stuff you want to see, and waiting around at times when you would rather be ...
... bit more time wandering the streets in the late afternoon warm sun as this was merely an overnight stop. It was 5 pm once our very short orientation tour indicating where the bank, ATM, key sights, etc were pointed out was ...
... I started that process but another chap came along and said to not bother.
Sarky and I trashed each other during episodes when he was not watching a Zac Efron movie. Two damn trips and two Zac movies: torture!
It was about 1107 when we pulled into Puebla. Taxis on order to the Hotel San Angel, the streets quiet due to the holiday. Up to the 4th floor, lugging the bags to a room with brightly coloured ...
... strange for me, because prior to this, Austin was kind of a hermit. He spent most of his time in his room "studying" (we could always hear a movie going). I got used to more or less having my own place, with only sporadic appearances from him.
Now I'm readjusting to having people out in the living room chatting. It's taking me some getting used to, especially since I don't understand the language they're speaking (Arabic) at all. ...