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... tried a couple before and found them to be a bit rich. It turned out to be a lot softer that expected and was really delicious. We had it with perfectly grilled fish, which made it even better. James said the horchata was kind of weird (as expected) so he probably won't be making that again.
After the class, we waddled over to look round the cathedral, which is called Santo Domingo. It was without a doubt the most decorated room I have ever seen and ...
... birds flit around. (Eleven new birds for my life list, not including one that must be a new species for it cannot be found in any bird book!) Walking the streets, bedazzled by the colors of the walls and murals and bougainvillea, smelling the corn scent of tortillas baking on comals, seeing children in their school uniforms walking home with their parents. Beautifully ornate churches, smelling of flowers, cool and quiet - perfect ...
... hotel inspections today - one at La Purificadora which is very contemporary in design, glass floors and stairs in some areas which is a little daunting but dramatic in style. A roof top pool is a stunning area to lounge and have a nice drink. We also have an inspection at Casa Reyna which is another boutique hotel - fantastic vibe and great design.
Lunch is at Mesone Sacristía which was the first boutique hotel in Puebla 20 years ago. The ...
... a pit, before being pounded by a stone which was pulled around a circular basin, by a donkey. The liquid was then collected and distilled to create Mezcal blanco. Reposada is produced by resting the liquid in a barrel for up to a year, whilst añejo is aged in barrels for longer. We tried all of the varieties on offer, plus some Baileys like blends with fruit etc. Walking away a tad tipsy, we then headed for a nearby archeological site. The Zapotec ruins at ...
... the drawings that are placed on walls by volunteer artists and the tapestries that are hung for public display. They're almost always colorful and eye-catching, at the very least.
Well, Elly thinks that our Water Saga may amuse you, so I'll leave it to her to tell the tale. Then on to the photo essay.
The Water Saga
For those of you who are not interested in the intricate details of living in ...