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... its made from agave). We also received a complimentary Mezcal on our first order so that certainly warmed things up. Once sufficiently liquored up we found the markets and sat down to Tlayuda Con Carne which is a crispy tortilla about 30 cm across and spread with a bean paste, Pollo (Poh-Yo), tomatoes and a bit of lettuce, accompanied of course by a chilli sauce. Day 2 After breakfast of pastries and coffee we headed off for Monte Alban a 15 minute ...
... many decorated by glyphs, paintings and intricate carvings.
Monte Albán is a large pre-Columbian ...
... but a short 2 blocks away.
Oaxaca is located in Southwestern Mexico is best known for its indigenous peoples and cultures. The most numerous and best known are the Zapotecs and the Mixtecs, but there are sixteen that are officially recognized. These cultures have ...
... and offered us her wares. We opted for the bundle of 5 tortillas, and paid for those. Then the beverage seller arrived, and we chose cokes, which we paid for. The grilled items soon appeared, and only then did we pay for the vegetables. We were left with the pleasant chore of assembling our tacos and wolfing them down.
The assembly process is part of the fun. We tore the thin slabs of meat into strips, then placed a heap of the strips inside ...
On the subject of animals, we continue to be amused by the fact that Micah and Zola’s school has a pet pig. “Pepe” the pig. One day per school week, Micah is in charge of feeding and watering Pepe and cleaning up his droppings. On weekends, families volunteer to stop in to do the same. Our family collects all of our food scraps for Pepe. Normally, he gets cucumber peels, fibrous broccoli stems, ...