Puebla: A City for Churches

Google Translate tells me that Puebla translates to “Puebla”, but pueblo translates to “village” or “people”. After visiting, I’m surprised it doesn’t translate to “city of churches”. I can’t say I’ve been anywhere where there are so many churches. What’s more, each one is grand. Something tells me that many of the priests of Puebla have to be top-notch: […]

Museo Dolores Olmedo

Ian and I decided to get up early today and head to the museum to check out Frida Kahlo’s work. He’s been very eager to see one of her real paintings. Our guide book tells us Museo Dolores Olmedo hosts 36 of her paintings. It’s also home to plenty of Diego Rivera’s works. Our mapping […]

Getting Outta Town

With a holiday for the Mexican Independence Day, we were able to get out of the city for the first time. (The city has been building up to the occasion with red, white, and green appearing everywhere.) After this dance, I got to see my first Mexican Hat Dance, in real-life, IN Mexico! We booked […]