I love this blog almost as much as I love Mexico itself. I hope you enjoy this article and the photographs as much as I do.

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It was mutually decided that we needed to escape Mexico city before we became permanent residents there.  After breakfast Santiago brought us to a café for some quick internet research before taking us to the Eastern bus terminal called TAPO.  En route we encountered a road block through the main artery Paseo de la Reforma caused by a massive protest.  After getting lost we eventually found the bus station and parted ways with the hope that we will meet up during Semana Santa.

The ride to Cholula brought us through many small villages that really gave us another glimpse of the other side of Mexico.  Remnants of buildings bunched together appeared to be either half-built or half decayed, forming small networks of communities between the vast open spaces of farmlands and the folded, crumpled mountainous terrain.  There seemed to be an endless stream of used tire shops, mechanics, and food…

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  1. Muchas gracias for the reblog and those very kind words! Mexico has been more than eye opening and continues to graciously show us it’s treasures every day. I’m glad you are enjoying our travels! Stay tuned!

  2. Hot looking dude on the site header too!

  3. I love the photos, so colorful! I am feeling embarrassed right now as I have not heard of Cholula and Puebla. Lovely places, must put them on my bucket list destinations.

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