Casa Divina Oaxaca
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... could help. With Louise and Oak’s assistance the family now has a stable living situation and all three young women are attending university. This family became an important part of Louise and Oak’s lives and that beautiful connection is what has brought us to Oaxaca as well. For those interested in learning more about Oaxaca Streetchildren Grassroots or supporting their efforts, please visit their website at ...
Yesterday was a non-eventful day of shopping in the local markets and orientation of the downtown historical core. We walked tons and visited the zocalo again and historic districts.
Today, (the 28th), we took "A Walking Tour of Colonial Churches in Oaxaca" led by an American ex-pat named Linda Martin.
It was extremely informative and entertaining. There were lots of insights of Oaxacan culture and ...
... a pit, before being pounded by a stone which was pulled around a circular basin, by a donkey. The liquid was then collected and distilled to create Mezcal blanco. Reposada is produced by resting the liquid in a barrel for up to a year, whilst añejo is aged in barrels for longer. We tried all of the varieties on offer, plus some Baileys like blends with fruit etc. Walking away a tad tipsy, we then headed for a nearby archeological site. The Zapotec ruins at ...
... special tips she learned from this class.
- It is very important to soak the chiles in the vinegar sugar solution to temper the spiciness of the potentially overly hot chile. (You don't want the heat of the chile to overpower the flavor of the stuffing.)
- Beating the egg whites by hand makes ...
... working up a pretty good sweat as the sun beat down on my gingerness. Luckily, when I arrived, the owner of the hostel was in the middle of cleaning my room. I waited on the terrace and was joined by Anna and Brody, whom had brought me a bowl of food! Anna had made some rice/egg mix with veggies, it was delicious! For some reason, throughout the meal I couldn't stop thinking about those guitars. Then it hit me: I knew how to restring a guitar. I promptly ...