May 12, 2013
Popocatépetl has been blowing a lot of smoke lately. The active volcano sent so much ash, steam, and glowing bits of lava into the air — sometimes more than a mile above its crater — this past week that it looked like it had snowed in the Puebla capital. Wayward ashes were reported Read More »
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The city of Puebla is the capital of the state of the same name, located about 75 miles southeast of Mexico City. It’s best...
Rebecca Smith Hurd is an American writer, editor, foodie, and world traveler. She arrived in Puebla, Mexico, in August 2007 to study Spanish, fell...