Hotel Posada Senorial
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A cute little town of around 100 blocks in a grid like layout, making it easy to navigate. We have found the locals to be much friendlier, helpful and stare less than those in Mexico City. We spent the day walking amongst the sites, practicing our Spanish with a taxi driver and the lady at the icecream shop :-) With a list in hand we headed into the sweet street with treats recommended from blogs and websites which did not disappoint. The staff at Gran Camoteria La Clarita ...
... br> Joel had lots of dramatic stories to tell. Firstly of how he made 3 attempts to be smuggled across the US border, sent back twice, but successful finally and worked in NY and LA for several years illegally as a labourer and also in a nail parlour, popular with the ladies - its even more of an industry in USA than Norwood High St!
We also met Ann, mother of an American Harry De Vert, who was murdered by drug gangs on his way South, travelling alone on ...
... to the Nautico Inn hotel and got ourselves checked in. Luckily the room had air conditioning and it was already running when we opened the door so it was nice and cool in the room. After the last apartment room we had this room was a real big step down, but we still had a double bed each, air con and cable tv with a fair few English channels so we would soon get used to it. We were both pretty tired from the travelling so it wasn't long and we were in bed ...
... the area. We found our way into the Zocalo which was only a short walk away. There were lots of restaurants and shops and people, and a beautiful garden in the center with statues, also the massive main cathedral of Puebla right next to the square. We sat down for an afternoon beer and snack, I had a sangria to start and Bobbie a corona and we ordered nachos. The nachos where round corn chips with a lightly colored salsa in one cup and melted cheese ...
... three of us sidled up to small table, asked the seņora what she was serving, and proceeded to each down (or “mow” as my sister might say) a bean and cheese “pocket”, two mushroom and cheese quesadillas, three chicken and cheese quesadillas, and two bottles of mango juice as we fueled up for our climb the next morning. Then we squeezed back into the bug and drove higher and higher, through a beautiful ...