Casa Divina Oaxaca
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... a discussion about a strange older man in the hostel whoŽd been telling outlandish stories to anyone whoŽd listen. He claimed to have met a woman in Guatemala who worked for a family of assassins from Sheffield and he said it was members of that family who were responsible for all kind of events such as the murder of Osama bin Laden in 2011. Pretty strange stuff but if you want to read more of his theories you can! He writes them all on his blog at ...
I know you are familiar with tequila, but do you know about mezcal? It is another agave based drink but made from a variety of maquey (agaves), not the blue agave of tequila. And it is made in many areas of Mexico whereas tequila production is limited to Jalisco and regions of 4 other states. But where is the greatest amount of mezcal made? You guessed it -- Oaxaca! Today we took a tour to see how mezcal is made (and sample quite a bit as well!). Our guide, Alvin, took us ...
... to the hostel but rather went on a scenic detour instead. Thankfully Hostel Don Nino welcomed us despite our crumpled and worn down appearance. Fast forward through a long nap and Alyssa's 3 trips into the men's bathroom before realizing it was not the women's bathroom (also where Alyssa learned the difference between Senor and Senorita) we were ready to go explore the city. We checked out the local Zocalo and ...
... cabana and ate at the eco-tourism comedor. The food was again typical of the region, simple, lots of beans, tortillas, and vegetables, with a bit of meat thrown in for the gueros.
Our last day was another long hike but this time we went through amazing forest changes. The trees are called ghost trees because of being covered in lichens. It was along the Camino real a path that has been used for thousands of years to get goods to Oaxaca. There were ...
... ordered a great whole chicken grilled up and served with rice, beans tortillas and fresh avocadoes and amazing hot sauce and just plopped down with a group of men sitting and doing the same.
We have come to the conclusion that we do not like being called gringo. They other word they use for white people here is guero, which more or less means blondie. This terms is a bit more of a term of endearment. Gringo is not. After ...