Casa Cid de Leon
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... one of my favourite churches of all time. James reckons it's even more ott than the vatacan as every inch is covered in gold or paintings. We spent ages just looking at each of the walls, and even longer staring at the ceiling. It was just incredible.
We spent the rest of the day sleeping off our ridiculous meal and wandering round the city. The Oaxacan climate is so pleasant that we were able to walk round for ages without the risk of severe sunburn/heatstroke. ...
... woven by the woman's 7 year old daughter who was in the show room selling her handiwork.
Stopping at a mezcal factory, we were shown the process for making this strong alcoholic drink (40% to 60% alcohol content) that is referred to as 'Oaxaca Gold'. Mezcal is made form the heart (core) of the cactus plant. Many, many bottles were bought by the group.
We visited the ancient and unique ruins of Mitla which date from the final two or three centuries before ...
... an antique collector and so the hotel is full of more antiques than one can possibly imagine - a little cluttered is how it feels but it had a wonderful homey feel about it and if you like antiques you can buy most of the items. Lively colours!
After lunch we continue on to the town hall as the tourism board has sponsored our lunch so it's important they we return the favour. The town hall was finished in 1906 by an English architect who ...
... expected that once down from Hierve el Agua we would need to traverse another 2 mountain ranges. At one point a truck pulled out of a siding up ahead and at first we thought we would get stuck behind him through the ranges but he kept up a great rate of knots.
After a half hour or so being a reasonable distance behind him we came around a tight bend and I saw two donkeys scatter off the road and a flash of red and suddenly the truck came to a very sudden stop.
... world country, skip the following description. It will be boring. For those of you who enjoy sharing or taking pleasure in the tortures of others, this will hopefully put a smile on your face.
Well, right now on Friday, 11 days after we arrived in Oaxaca, we think that we can possibly, maybe, potentially say that we have a steady water supply in our house. Oaxaca has a serious water shortage, and the central ...