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Exploring Puebla

By Brian Rogers | 2 Comments » January 6th, 2008

Pueblans have a reputation for being a bit uptight, and their affinity for massive cathedrals doesn’t exactly lighten the mood, but we managed to catch some locals enjoying themselves. We arrived on a bus just as the day was beginning to heat up and immediately took to the streets to get a glimpse of how locals celebrate Three Kings Day. See how Spanish, German, and Lebanese heritage make for a vibrant, eclectic cityscape that shan’t be missed…

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2 Responses to “Exploring Puebla”

  1. yoon Says:

    awww….i love puebla. i did some research there back in the day.

    you guys are off to an awesome start!! i’ve got another blog to add to my feeds now ;)

  2. Susan Says:

    Thanks for the gorgeous photos. It really helps us get a feel for the place. I’m already adding to my list of places I must travel to, just from the stories and pictures you’ve shared with us all. Thanks for being such great tour guides! Better than any travel guide book, that’s for sure.

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