Casa Pereyra Hotel And Bungalows
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... and it's my favourite which is 70% dark chocolate! This is dangerous because one can never have enough chocolate!
There are many indigenous communities still living within the old town of Oaxaca and lots of pre-Hispanic art within the archaeological sites. The mountains are so close to us, it feels very quaint and special here. The mountains hugging this small population that makes life seem quite simple and uncomplicated.
... a religious centre and the name means the place of the dead, built as a gateway between life and death. The site was quite different to other ruins I'd seen in Mexico, as each building had incredibly elaborate carvings on the wall. We wandered, trying to catch some shade from the heat of the afternoon sun and ventured in and around the buildings, with all manner of different geometric designs intricately cut into the stone. Next stop was lunch at a ...
... chapulines: fried crispy and hot (chilli spicy hot) grasshopper
- quesillo: local stringy cheese
- mole / rojo: a rich sauce made of ground chilies and a number of ...
My first full day in Oaxaca was somewhat crummy thanks to the weather, but I made the best of it. I went for breakfast at El Biche Pobre, which was fantastic! I had coffee with my breakfast since the water wasn't drinkable and I didn't have my Steripen with me, but it was delicious! Everything was great, except the LIVE worm in my food. I moved it aside and kept eating though, I was far too hungry to stop. On the outside of ...
... one roof but nothing you need at all kind of stores.
In the end we did some grocery shopping and went back to the hostel.
There was a bbq that night in the hostel..... have still to find a bbq that beats Brazil and Mexico but we did have some beers with some pretty decent folk and enjoyed the craic.
The next day we took a bus up to the Mayan ...