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Puebla lies only 2 hours away from Mexico City by bus. We took the "Estrella Roja" bus which literally leaves every 10-15 minutes all day long (!) The cheapest ticket costs 130 MXN. We arrived at 6 pm in Puebla and took a bus to get to the apartment of our couchsurfer. The buses go like crazy, with the door open all the way long and packed as hell. You really feel sick after such a ride. But no wonder, in Mexico you don't even have to pass an exam or ...
... South. Not a drop of water to be found -- not an animal of any kind to be seen. Everyone was in a dead run to get through this empty land.
I had lunch in the town of Monclova -- a great restaurant with wifi and cappuccinos. My cell phone seems to be dead for the duration. Monclova started to clue me in to what is happening in this part of Mexico. They call it the Coal Capital -- and its outskirts are just black with ...
... I understood most of his Spanish. Lulu and I even renewed our wedding vows as part of the ceremony.
The dinner, Lulu’s performance and the rest of the night went absolutely prefect. Everyone had a great time. They had just over 100 guests and about 70 of them took the dance floor most of the night. Cecy and Maury had a beautiful Chinese lantern release in the parking lot, where about 30 to 40 hot air balloons flew over Saltillo. The air was brisk and it made for a ...
... many places I have already been. But one thing other places don't have is Cerro de Guadalupe. The famous hill of many battles in the country’s history. The most important being the 1862 Battle of Puebla, which is celebrated on Cinco de Mayo. Photo here, photo there and on our way.
I took a trip to nearby Cholula to see the Great Pyramid of Cholula, Pirámide Tepanapa. Said to have been the largest pyramid ever constructed in terms of footprint. It isn’t a ...
... this is the oldest pueblo in Puebla, but through the years it's decayed and had become notorious for crimes, mostly drug related. The government decided to do something about it. Artists were commissioned to create murals. What's unique about the graffiti or murals were they were designed to integrate with the surrounding.
Roberto had to go to work and dropped me off at the Zocalo. I felt ...
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