Hotel Marques del Valle
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... waved through to park. Breakfast in the sunshine in front of the coffee shop. We ordered a croissant sandwich which I think they had to send out for. Once we got them it was huge could have shared.
Incredible ride again we see parts of the country you would not believe exist.
Having carried four litres of oil for two days finally found a hotel car park suitable, as ...
... the passengers on the coach. Now this bus is unlike ANYTHING I'd ever been on before - the seat were like armchairs, reclined almost flat, had individual screens showing the latest films (in Spanish unfortunately, although Despicable Me is quite entertaining in that language) and everyone promptly got into their seats and fell asleep, or so it appeared. It was supposed to be a rapid 6 hour journey to Oaxaca, some 500 km away, but there were a few hold-ups ...
... plants. Thanks Mr Wikipedia.
A walking tour of the local food market and neighbouring shops.
Rosa introduced us to the different forms of mezcal including the flavoured ones. Then tasting:
- chapulines: ...
The event, sponsored partly by the state and partly by a trade group of local restaurants (CANIRAC), was held in a large square to the west of the central district only a 15 minute walk from our house at Plaza de la Danza (which is amusingly translated as "square-dance" by Google).
When we arrived, we found that the plaza had been covered with an enormous open-aired roof top to protect diners from the sun. Dozens ...
... each other with silly string. At 11:00 pm a series of impressive fireworks shot into the air. I thought it was to signal the finish of the celebrations; I was corrected by my friend Tania, that was the START. Unfortunately, I was already too tired to continue partying, but I had my fun :). Mexicans really know how to come together and celebrate. Happy Independence Day, Viva Mexico!! P.S The toilet paper here is scented like a baby's diaper. It's weird, and kinda ...