Hostal De La Niebla
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... audio guide in English was available.
The building swoops down a hillside moving you down from the earlest history to the last stages of pre-Hispanic development. And many of the artefacts are breathaking in their beauty, in the miracle of their preservation (life-size pottery models of gods etc) and in the excellence of the preservation.
So that's it for this posting - a museum to be celebrated and lots of photos of exhibits.
... this time around, there was Dan and Steph who were in the room next door then Jonno and Farls, two Aussie lads rocked up a few days later plus a heap of other people we met and hung out with over the time. The first thing I did when we got there was buy a surfboard off Aaron, a local guy we had met last time we were there, and that began the ritual of 1 or 2 surfs a day for the next month! We also had an awesome Ladies Night where we all went out ...
... hour but I make it to the exit lol. I have pesos now but no way of knowing how to get to terminal one.. Iv taken 3 different people directions in Spanish (so basically I'm following their hand gestures and what I hear as musical grunts) I end up back where I started. It's now been an hour, I have two hours left and I'm sweating. Bad.
This very VERY drunk airport guy comes up to me.. I could almost SEE the whiskey steaming off him .. He prods me and asks to look in ...
Today is Christmas and the day will be quiet. Nothing is open and all the celebrations took place last night. Dinner is at about 10pm after attending the church service. The Church service was packed and very very beautiful. There was a group of 10 singers and musicians playing the christmas music of Mexico. Many small children dressed as angles being held by a parent. As well there were many people with the baby Jesus statues in their arms ...
... end with one way streets all pointing the way you don't want to go.
The name caused an early confusion for us , thinking the Jalepino pepper derived its their in. Later we found out it was a radish of sorts, and locals made forms and figures out of them during their harvest season, which was not now, so, no pics of radish statues...sorry.
Finally we found a place to park and started to stroll about towards the tallest spire ...