The route to Tlaxcala (Ex-Hacienda de Chaulta, Sanctuary of the Fireflies, Tlaxcala, Humantla and Val’Quirico) — Viajes de Bola

“La Bola” and I decided to go see the fireflies and this time we invited friends and family to join us. But, to take advantage of the weekend, we decided to make a route through Tlaxcala. We left Mexico City around 8 am and 1 hour 45 minutes later we arrived to Tlaxcala. We arrived […]

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The night no one sleeps — Creative Hands of Mexico

Many foreigners living in Mexico may have never heard of the country’s smallest state, Tlaxcala. The area’s history, from pre-Hispanic kingdom to the present, seems to revolve around maintaining its independence and identity, first from the Aztecs, then the Spanish and in more modern times, the state of Puebla, which surrounds it on three sides. […]

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