Hotel Cantera Real
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... más que se pueda. No me voy a llevar mi computadora, así que espero que no haya mucho problema para usar el internet desde mi celular... bendita tecnología!
Bueno, aún faltan unos días para empezar la travesía, pero estoy muy emocionada desde ahorita, de hecho estoy emocionada desde que compré mi vuelo hace como 5 meses, pero cada día la emoción es mayor.
Le he puesto mucho empeño a este viaje. Armar un viaje ...
... heads. The children were so cute. There was dancing at the church square with a live band playing welcoming the newly wed couple.
I think Oaxaca comes closest to my ideal place to live. Zoe's place has all the modern conveniences with a rich hub of arts and culture at her doorstep. Along the streets I passed there were singing, dancing, yoga, language and a whole of variety of ...
... of shopping, we decided we would start to head back home. I needed the banos, and while I was gone, Manuel walked over to Rick and started telling him about Teotitlan. He gave us a personal tour of his village. The church, the archeological site that was newly discovered, the museum curator. Then he took us to his home, and showed us his looms. And pro ceded to tell us and show us the entire process in which these weavings are made. We ...
... carvings of animals and then stopped for lunch at a place called Hacienda Cuilapam. They serve a huge buffet that specialises in local cuisine including different types of mole, BBQ meats, half a dozen different soups, casseroles and deserts. I just loaded a plate with stuff, most of which I couldn’t put a name to but was very good nevertheless. I also had a couple of bowls of a really tasty chicken and vegetable broth. With a bottle of coke the total cost was 140 pesos. ...
... eat the mezcal worm doused in chilli salt and lime, definitely not for people with weak stomachs!
The next day we wandered around the many markets sampling delicious food and trying not to buy too many things (space in the backpack is muy pequeno). The other thing we hadn't really prepared ourselves for is the massive down pour of rain every night and on numerous occasions we got stuck walking home from dinner in the middle of a storm - one evening we we're ...
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