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... by the acidity of the vinegar. None of us were game enough to try even after being assured by 3 different waiters that our order was correct. (Pic included). Sites Biblioteca Palafoxiana (library) Catedral de Puebla El Parián (markets) Lunch @ Las Ranas Fuertes de Guadelupe y Loreto (forts from the 5 de Mayo battle) Feria de Puebla (a fair we bumped into at the forts) Calle de dulce (street of sweets) Santo Domingo de Guzmán y Capilla del Rosario Fonda de Santa ...
... against the wall to take a breather. The view from up there was good, you could see a lot of the valley and you could also see La Malinche, the extinct volcano we considered climbing up. It looked pretty intense so I think we made the right decision. While we were taking in the view, we struck up a conversation with some expats that live in Puebla. We ended up talking to them for about 20 minutes about their story, driving in Mexico (which I decided that ...
... took a 4.5 hour bus to Acapulco, then from there considered my options and did an overnight bus to Puebla. Puebla seemed to me to be quite a big city. The city actually has nearly 3,000,000 people and was extremely crowded due to an art festival going on. I checked my bags into a hostel in the morning, but they were booked out, so I just kept my bags there during the day and went to Oaxaca at night. I ...
... that they do not have to do that for us. We always got answers that in Mexico it is common to take good care of the guests, and that they like it. So we let them do that:-) On Sunday Leo and his group of friends took us for moto racing competition. In the afternoon, we still managed to walk the city center with the most important monuments and the next day were ready to move on to the next destination. This time to the port city of Veracruz.
... like a big hill. The colonial settlers built a church on top of the hill and the church (Our Lady of Remedies) is apparently now a pilgrimage site. At the base of the pyramid are a number of market stalls selling handicrafts and some refreshments. Some particular refreshments took Georgie and Jess's eyes - dried crickets. They were both keen to try them (I was not) and a backpacker in Mexico City had told us that it was like eating potato chips. ...
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