Hotel Azulejos y Tianguis
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... room, good reclining chairs, charging ports, a coffee station, and both a male and female toilet. It was raining a bit and the windows were fogging up. We travelled through some pretty windy roads through the mountains. It didn't take long before I started to feel sick and had to make use of the bag. I don't think a liquid breakfast agrees with me in the mornings. The bus drove straight through until lunch time when we stopped for 10 minutes in ?. It ...
... he likes. The only annoying thing for him were the bits from (I think) the cocoa beans that get stuck in your teeth and have a bitter after taste.
We get lunch at the same chicken place as Saturday and walk around town for some fresh air. I try the hot chocolate too and its pretty good. I tire out and we return to the hotel for a quick rest.
I feel better in the afternoon and walk around the square to try and find the corn vendors. I grab one and opt for lime ...
... simple things in life I take so for granted came rushing into plain site. She smiled at me sweetly as I said hola. Before leaving the home we were shown a variety of traditional clothing, our guide had informed us that there are 15 different outfits worn by different Mayan tribes in the area. It's amazing how a piece of clothing becomes your identity, how you belong to something and what it says about you. Your tribe, your family, your beliefs and your life all wrapped up in a ...
... with new tastes: the famous mole sauce (chocolate and chilli and served with almost everything), tacos galore, courgette flowers and masses of wonderful fruit. We then moved onto Oaxaca (Wa-ha-kah) which was a 5 hour bus journey and a foodies dream. Here we found 7 types of mole sauce, seafood and fried grasshoppers- had to be done but just the once! More archeological sites, great hiking opportunities and mountain top pools to swim in at ...
... the state. Legend has it as well, that at the highest point people jumped off to avoid slavery! It is also debated wether there was even any water back then. At 600m height, the depth of the water is 60m, and as the walls increase so does the depth. At the dam it is at its deepest at 250m! The dam was built so that boats could pass through because before the dam there was actually no water, and now there is 250m of it! Apparently it's one of the 10 biggest in the world. About half ...