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... 5 cattle along the road on their horse..... so cool. It was also amazing that you could be mistaken to think you we're driving through the mountains and all the vegetation was just that Forrest. However all of sudden there would be a corn crop, on the steepest part of the mountain. I don't know how the plough & harvest their fields the steepness alone would be my undoing. AMAZING! So on arriving at the entrance to Hierve el Agua there is a man collecting entrance ...
... very friendly, but it was in need of a good scrub!! I can rough it, but this was wrong!! It had a kitchen, but we didn't use it as i didnt want another bout of food poisoning!!
A must see was the ancient ruins of Monte Alban. It was about a 30 min bus ride to the top of the mountain, and was an amazing day. The ruins, although not as famous as its relatives, micchu pichu, or chichen itza, it is still impressive. We went on the cheap side and ...
... find that turned out to be chocolate and chili flavored and was of the largest variety. Happy with my purchase, we went back to the hostel to wait out our journey to Mazunte in comfort.
I grabbed a 1.2L beer and drank and ate grasshoppers with the hostel owners while Megan chilled out until we pretty much had to leave, I had a generous shot glass of mescal with the lads and said goodbyes.
... another two minutes before a young woman came for Micah. Less than five minutes later, we had paid the US$20 bill in cash and were walking back to the doctor’s office with an x-ray in hand. Again, after a very short wait, we were motioned to see the doctor, who took the x-ray, put it up on a light board, and showed us that Micah had indeed sustained a small compression fracture. It was not very serious, but he would need to wear ...
... is made with oranges, pineapple, cactus, and a bunch of leafy greens that we can't identify. We usually don’t leave the Xochimilco market empty handed. Our napkins, apron, small bowls, mezcal, candied figs, and grasshoppers have all been purchased there.
Markets abound. Countless areas within Oaxaca and in the towns around Oaxaca boast wonderful, colorful markets. Our plan is to take in many of them in our remaining eight-plus ...
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