Hotel Casa Conzatti
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... about a trip we took last weekend into a remote part of Oaxaca called the Sierra Norte.
We left via the second class bus station, quite different in flavor that the first class station though which we arrived. After being sent from one end to the other to find the right bus we finally made it. We were on our way to a town called Benito Juarez. For those who do not know Benito Juarez was a revered leader of Mexcio who was a native to and an Indian ...
... started to call me Clark and the various vacation movies came to mind. Still had amazing Mole, which if you are good we will bring you some home!
The next day after more holiday Road movie scenes we went to Hierve al Agua a crazy spring that has been falling over the same cliff for a long time. It is like a mineralized infinity pool in the middle of a cactus forest. Check out the pictures, the water was cold so we only got in it for a ...
... in a mini bus with 12 others.
- Tule hosting a 2000 year old tree
- Mitla a Zapotec maker (we were underwhelmed!)
- Petrified Waterfall
- Mezcal maker (similar to Islay whisky)
- Traditional weaver
Sunday 24th November
Today we ...
... a new transformer would be put in that afternoon. Well, that afternoon and the next went by with no sign of anyone fixing anything electrical. As it turned out, the FWS has to do a study of the needs of our area (and every other area in Oaxaca) before it can determine what type/power of transformer our area needs. This will take months, maybe years. So there will be no electrical fix during our tenure.
At this point ...
... wake up our bunk neighbour who promptly invited himself along to dinner. This turned out to be a stroke of luck as we adopted Jakob and his Mexican friend Enrique for the next few days and it was more than a bit handy to have a Spanish speaker along for the ride. This and the fact Jakob would talk the hind legs off a donkey meant we had a couple of interesting experiences in Oaxaca. The dinner that first evening was one of firsts.
We had tlayudas (a dish local to Oaxaca for ...