Casa Divina Oaxaca
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... with mayonnaise, chilli and cheese is amazing!) then headed out on a free night bike ride around the city. A man at the front led the way and blasted music out of his trailer. It was so busy, you had to keep your concentration or you might be on the floor!! We met a guy from our hostel called Norm who we rode round the whole way with and it turned out he was on the same cooking class as us tomorrow! Small world! We were riding for an hour and a ...
... the water here is not potable for our tender gringo stomachs. Theresa brings us big 5-gallon jugs of purified water. And we are careful to wash and disinfect our fresh food purchases. The zocolo, the center city plaza, is about a 20-minute walk from home. We've decided that is a good distance from all the action. It is more a neighborhood, less packed with with people. And goodness knows we need the walking what with all the eating we've been ...
... towel and its still raining but he didn't have to worry. We walk to the cascades and the heat comes out (not the sun, that was still hiding behind the clouds). The walk to the cascades was easy enough and the reward was a stunning panorama. I take some quick pics before sitting down to appreciate what was in front of me. The peace and serenity of sitting and looking at the valley was something I will take away with me. We reluctantly leave as we need to meet Luis. The walk back ...
... than the person wearing it and it was Marge Simpson. Still trying to figure out what that has to do with celebrating the saint of Oaxaca, the baby Jesus's birth but some cultural differences will never be understood.
I got Daphne and tried to rouse the kids but they were tired (read: Diego was asleep, and Sophia had a book in her hand) so we went out for a brief time to join up with the calenda again. (Nini, both ...
Thought i would just update you all with my trip so far!
So it all started very shaky....arrived at LHR with my dad, after sitting in hours of traffic, to check in and got told that they didnt recognize my flight ticket so major PANIC!!! Thank god dad was there to keep my calm! Finally we had to say our goodbyes which involved lots of tears :(
On the flight i met a really lovely Mexican lady who gave me a ...