Hotel Cantera Real
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Mexico is a rather large country. Yes, the land of tacos and fajitas is almost 7.5 times larger than the little slice of paradise in the South Pacific we affectionately call Aotearoa, and, if you are lucky enough Home. But with size comes travel time, usually a bus, or for the locals apparently the back of a pick-up truck. To me, by now a night bus is just another way get another city, some are good, some OK, and others feel like you might be in wartime ...
... how made then got to sample a few - yum! Got back and chilled then saw Denise who asked if I wanted to eat so went with her to zocalo and we sat in restaurant there, large glass of red wine and had enchiladas but with tomato sauce. Kept getting hassled by locals asking for money or trying to sell something. Saw Asian couple on our walk back. Told me about top cash back. Booked san cristobal hostel - puerta vieja. Lots of mosquito bites today on ...
... with dates, time differences, varying cultures, language barriers, public holidays and bank issues we were booked to go to Cuba!!! Hooray!!! Our next move was to leave Oaxaca for the afternoon to head to one of the famous black pottery villages just near by, but unfortunately a local political protest had blocked all the roads out of Oaxaca so we couldn't leave town. So instead we found a lovely little cafe serving organic salads and meals and spent ...
... get things organized and do the preliminary preparations. Our guests arrived a bit later for the assembly and cooking of the chiles rellenos.
In what follows, we'll give you an illustrated tour of the process of preparing this dish. The recipe will appear at the end, for those who are inspired to try ...
... myself, ah you sneaky *******! The next stop was Mitla, an archeological site of the Zapotec and Mixtec people. On the way there, Harris, Gal, Netta and I really got talking. They seemed to be very interesting and smart people. In Mitla, we were told to roam around while our guide toured the Spanish people, and he would meet up with us after. The structures were very interesting. It appeared that the Zapotec and the Miztec ( from the north) had worked together. The ...