Casona de la China Poblana
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... where you can see ancient steps going both up and down giving you a sense of just how huge this pyramid is and you wonder how the people found there way with oil lamps as its a maze.
It seems that no one is really sure when but the outside of the pyramid was covered in soil and the Spanish built a church on top called 'Santuaries De La Virgen De Los Remedios'. The church is amazing with so much gold and ornate art on the walls and ...
... China Poblana, mole poblano, active literary and arts scenes and festivals such as Cinco de Mayo, Ritual of Quetzalcoatl, Day of the Dead celebrations (especially in Huaquechula) and Carnival (especially in Huejotzingo).
... and woke up at 4 in the morning. It luckily didn’t take long to get used to a better rhythm.
On the first Saturday I met Enrique, a friend from Puerto Vallarta which I hadn’t seen in a long time. It was good to see him again and we went to a big shopping mall to buy me some sweaters. This may sound odd, wearing sweaters in mexico, but it turns out that Puebla is the coldest spot in Mexico during the night (5 degrees or ...
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!
... at a home for boys in the city. You can not even begin to comprehend how cute these boys are. In our house their aged about 9-14 and theyre all so well behaved! (will upload some pictures later). its a catholic run organization and the Padre has been taking really good care of us. I even have my own room!
Anyways just a quick update and Ill get into my mexican adventures at a later date.