It’s time for round two of the Word Caterpillar game! This time spelled with only one “t”…
On the last one, I loved all the cultures and local dishes that showed up. There were plenty I’ve never remotely heard of. For the most part, they looked delicious. Continuing with that strong sense of culture, this next go around we’ll be focusing on Places Around the World. Towns, cities, countries, continents, landmarks, and geographical features are all fair game. May the odds be ever in your favor.
For each post, choose a location starting with the last letter(s) of the word/phrase in the previous response. Feel free to share pictures and details. See the last thread for examples.
We may limit the thread to 100 responses or so, and then let the “winner” choose the next topic. I think that would be a good way to keep the game moving and have fun with more themes.
We’re going to start with a very fascinating place I recently learned about: Cholula.
More about Cholula
Cholula is a small region in Puebla, Mexico with ancient ruins; a giant, active volcano called popocatepetl; and other fun stuff. It’s home of the world’s largest pyramid (volume-wise).
Much of the great pyramid of Cholula is covered with flora; it looks like a geometric grassy mountain.