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... making tortilla's. Delicious mole Amarillo sopa for lunch.
Back to Oaxaca. (pronounced o a hacka). To the market benito Juarez to see the grass hoppers, grilled meats, fruit, veg etc.
then to the chocolate making factory.
Walked home to hotel. as usual the heavens opened at 5. We were enjoying drinks round the pool whend the ran started. Down to the supermercado for nibbles dinner.
more to come
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Ann n jeff
... Some of these blossoms belong to a tree called pochote that produces a cotton-like substance in its seedpod that was used to make ceremonial clothing. The site served as a post for exerting control on the nearby trade and as a holy center, housing the social elite and religious leaders of the Zapotec culture while the majority of the population lived on the surrounding hillsides. Eventually the site was abandoned by the Zapotec and inhabited by the Mixtec peoples who ...
... influence all aspects of society.
Monte Alban is a classic model of an old city dating from the 7th century BC all the way through to the 9th century AC. On just one hill there are 179 tombs! Number 7 was found complete and in tact and is one of Mexico's greatest treasures. You can see the house structures had more of a court arrangement, larger houses surrounded by smaller houses for servants and other living arrangements. At this incredible site it is clear ...
... thinking we would take a break of the tacos and enjoyed the Mexican live music being played on the streets. 23rd May, Friday We were pretty unorganized for today but decided we were keen on seeing Hierve Agua although. It was a fair way out of town so we caught a taxi to Mitla, then two pick up trucks up the mountains, a bump ride but we loved it crusing in the back of the ute. ...
... br> - finally seeing how the local chocolate was made.
Close to sunset a bridal couple were having their photos taken outside Sta Domingo Church.