Parador Del Dominico
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... So to me a 13hr skip from Cancun to Palenque isn't a big deal, a necessary evil if you will. Nick on the other hand hasn't done a great deal of travel and hasn't had the pleasure, and by the time we arrived he looked as though he had spent I night in a Mexican prison.
We headed to Palenque after my sister had told me there was monkeys there, and apparently some ruins as well. We had opted to stay in a little jungle lodge at the entrance of the ...
... As a side note, Alissa is definitely a pro in the kitchen). We started out in the market with Oscar and 4 other soon-to-be Oaxacan chefs, as he explained the different ingredients used to make typical Oaxacan food as well as how certain ingredients have different names based on their cut or how they are folded. When we returned from the market, we put on our aprons and got right to work: cutting, sautéing, ...
... ranges covered in cactus forests and foothills covered in small villages. The only other thing of note was a Mexican kid (we guess) threw a stone at the coach on the main road and it shattered half of one of the large side windows it woke most of the coach but luckily no injuries and on the plus side it gave us great ventilation for the rest of the trip.
In Oaxaca we did a quick wander around the cathedral and a number of other churches, ...
Oaxaca has a tradition of being very politically active. That evening we went for a walk and came up against a large group of teachers demonstrating in the main plaza. The main issue seemed to be to commemorate a confrontation between striking teachers and the Government in 2006 – which had broken the back of the teachers union. The teachers wanted to bring the ...
This one is a big one, so bear with me. The day was jam packed with events, as the tour guide brought 12 curious tourists to five extremely interesting and enjoyable locations. First on the list was Tule. The second oldest tree in the world, and one of the biggest! It was over 2,000 years old, and weighted in at 633,107 TONS! With a diameter of 58 metres. It was so big I had to stand 100 feet back to fit the entire thing in the frame of my camera. There, I met the other ...