Casona de la China Poblana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... sauce based on chocolate and includes herbs and chilli. It was very nice and surprisingly not sweet; after all, not all chocolate is Cadburys. From here we had a free afternoon so I went with Alister and Peter back to the market for a more leisurely browse. We then headed to the Biblioteca Palafoxiana. Bishop Juan de Palafox was an early spiritual and community leader of Puebla and donated his library of 5000 books to the local College in 1646 on ...
... Teotihuacan site.
The drive there should take about an hour and a half and we speed down the highway trying not to look at the queues of traffic in the opposite direction, hoping they'll clear in time for our return. It's a baking hot day and as we drive I see what looks like small tornadoes in the dusty fields lining the highway. As we get closer I can see they are dust devils and they seem to come often in pairs, dancing and weaving together, throwing the ...
... in Spanish, and you never know what your going to get. So we made the **** decision of having KFC, it was closer to lunch than breakfast which was how we ended up justifying going for the colonel. We didn't learn our lesson the first time we tried Mexican KFC, this time it was no better, even the potato a gravy was bad. After that we did some more walking around, when we walked further down the street we came across that subway Bobbie ...
... chance to get to know her, Valeria. As we got on the bus I quickly realized that I was the only gringo there and the tour began in spanish. I was the only native english speaker of the group but fortunately the guide translated everything for me.
Our first stop was in ...
... up on a Urals sidecar outfit. I didīt get a chance to speak to them but it looked like fun (I miss my motorbike, definately looking into a motorbike tour for the near future) bloody marvelous way to travel. Reminds me of Ted Simonīs book (Jupiterīs Travels). He rode around the world over four years on a 70īs Triumph motorbike, then did it again 30 years later on a BMW - the things we do to get a kick out of life... ...