Hostal Las Cupulas
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... veľkého ústredného námestia, obklopeného budovami, chrámami, observatóriom,
ihriskom a hrobkami. Neďaleko od Oaxacy sme boli pozriet archeologické nálezisko
Mitla, ktoré je považované za najlepší príklad kamenárskej zručnosti v Mexiku.
Miesto je preslávené zložitými, vykladanými kamennými vzormi. Aj saticky tam robia pekne..... nieco sme tam kupili!!!Potom sa sa zastavili v mestečku El Tule pri obrovskom starom cypriši ...
... sale in many stalls throughout the market. Known as 'Chapulines' these are roasted, seasoned grasshoppers; of course Howard had to try one and then goaded me into joining him - I'm glad I did, but it won't be high on my list of future snacks, maybe with a few shots of mezcal as well! We drove to his home, where "La Cocina Oaxaqueńa" Cooking school is located; entered a lovely courtyard and were greeted by his ...
... lane sometimes has an arrow that allows them to turn left or vice versa, seemingly one of the few signals they follow if the lights are working!
Anyway we got out of town in one piece car and all and then head to Teotilan de Valle. This is a village where basically all the people weave the most amazing rugs from wool using all natural dyes. We wound our way through the dirt streets checking out the little village that had rugs ...
... li>Soak prepared chiles for two hours in ˝ c. water, 2 T. sugar, Ľ t. salt, and Ľ t. vinegar.
To Prepare Minced Chicken Filling
- Place the chicken in a pot and cover with cold water and a pinch of salt. Boil until throughly cooked (20 - 30 minutes). Make sure to skim the foam from the ...
... Independence Day, so I walked around downtown in hopes of finding some celebrations. I arrived at the main square where the events were to take place, but they had only just began setting everything up for the evening. I walked through the market of artisan creations, and found myself a nice bracelet. The man asked for 30 pesos, and he's like I was feeling very generous and gave him 50 (only $3.50 so whatever). It was worth much more to him than me. I ...