Travel Blogs from Oaxaca
Day 6: Food poisoning day! I wake with a sweaty jolt at 6am. Oh no. Oh please God no. I haven't thrown up in over ten years. I feel like my streak is going to be broken this morning. Was it the chalupas? I can taste hand sanitiser. Did I somehow ingest it?? Why was I eating hand sanitiser?? In an even more perfect circumstance, we still have no …
... pureed, re-hydrated and blended; to name a few. After the meal was completed we sat down to eat with Gerardo and enjoyed some nice conversation. Although Gerardo speaks excellent English, Howard got to practice his Spanish with Gerardo's mom. As for the cooking class - highly recommended! After a short siesta, we explored the arts and historic district, with a couple Margaritas on a rooftop terrace. All in all a great ...
... breasts or 1 breast and 2 thighs
6 Roma tomatoes
1 white onion, chopped medium fine
¼ c. blanched almonds, chopped fairly fine
6 green olives, chopped
1 t. peppercorns
¼ t. thyme
½ t. oregano
1 small cinnamon stick (thin)
1 clove garlic, minced
4 T. ...
... and this bad boy came in second place. On my way home I devoured my burgers, as a series of fireworks shot into the air! To my surprise, there were still celebrations going on! Here I am now relaxing at the hostel, realizing I ate BK for lunch and two burgers for dinner.....well I'm on permanent vacation so screw it! It was totally worth it anyways. Mis amigos, wait for tomorrow. I've got an exciting tour lined up. I can't wait to share it with you! Until then, ...
... the world to witness the art), but definitely cool. We got to soak it in with my family during their first evening in Oaxaca.
The list of activities we enjoyed together is long, and included visits to markets, a tour of Monte Alban, exploring the museum of the Santo Domingo church, roof-top dining, playing soccer and football (which Micah had been dreaming about), strolling down the pedestrian zone in the center of the city, ...