Metepec, Atlixco, Puebla and Cholula

6 thoughts on “Metepec, Atlixco, Puebla and Cholula”

  1. Thank you for that wonderful trip through another part of Mexico Melissa! We both really enjoyed reading about the food, trains, cycling exploits and all the colourful celebrations! Just brilliant.xxx

    1. Glad to hear it guys. It is nice to see a bit of Christmas cheer here and there, especially when we both miss our families! xx

  2. Sorry about the Poblanos :(. I love your description of queso Oaxaca…I’ve always described it as “like mozzarella” but now I might have to use your way. Have you found any atole to drink? Thanks for continuing to inform your fans about your adventures!

    1. Haha, we probably just caught them having a bad week! Mmm I remember you got queso Oaxaca when you came to Mérida! Yes, it IS like mozzarella! (And Edd is telling me that anyway they say “cheese strings” for string cheese in England). No we haven’t tried atole yet but we have seen it in the markets I think. Ok I’ll put it on the list of things to try! Thank you for reading! Miss you Julie x

  3. Thanks for such an informative post, I felt as if I was on the journey with you folks. I’ve never been to Mexico, but from what you’ve shared, will now add it to my bucket list. Wishing you both a fabulous and adventurous holiday season. May your lights shine even brighter in 2018.
    Peace and Joy always,

    Ceil (in Muscat)

    1. Thank you Celia. You’re very kind. You would enjoy Mexico; there’s hardly ever a lull in the energy! Sometimes its hard to find a moment for reflection! I want to hear all about you living in Muscat now! I hope you are enjoying yourself! We’ve missed Oman more than I thought we would. Edd and I are always glad to hear from you. I hope all is well. xx

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