Hotel Posada San Pedro
Travel Blogs from Puebla
... of scrubbing my face with mint bodywash when the water suddenly turns to a dribble. And then ceases completely. I'm shouting at Mario to get a bucket so I can wash the minty fresh soap out of my ******n eyes which I'm squeezing shut while trying not to shiver convulsively, when the water suddenly dribbles back on again. And then a full spray hits me in the face of freezing cold water and sends me yelping backwards. Ahh. The joys of hostels ;) Back to Day 5, we ...
... a really nice impression.
There is not very much to see in Puebla, but what there is to see, is very nice. All tourist attractions are conveniently located in the city center and you can walk all the distances. The cathedral is huge and nice, but nothing exceptional. What is exceptional about the Iglesia de Santo Domingo, however, is that it's almost entirely made of ...
... end? No one knows yet.
A visit to see how tequila was made out of the different types of agave plants. Guided by Miguel he informed us that it took 10 - 12 years for the plants to grow before the heart is taken out and ...
... afterwards. It was more or less the same as the supermarket in Puerto Vallarta (were I was last year), which was quite Walmart-ish. I bought some nice looking, pure red apples and bananas. I also bought cereals with milk and some Sol (a, recently bought by Heineken, Mexican beer brand), which is not my favorite because that’s Estrella. Anyways, we returned home and we made a nice pasta bolognese. I went to bed early, cause of ...
I came to Puebla to my friendīs place to visit them. They brought me to Lorenaīs dad for his birthday and we had some tacos...so beautiful
Vine a Puebla a casa de mi amiga Lorena para visitarle (Y Miriam). Lorena, con su marido e hija me llevaron a la casa del padre de Lorena a comer mis primeros tacos... que ricos!
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