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Exhibition of Textiles
In a pavilion close to the church and the textile mill, the Mexican designer Beatriz Russek showed wonderful ethnic clothes.
San Agustín Etla is home to a new cottage industry -- hand-made paper. The town's first paper-making workshop is Taller Arte Papel Oaxaca in Vista Hermosa.
... the busy streets, Stuie bought a gorgeous hand woven clutch from a beautiful Mayan lady, who sits for hours making bags, puses and all sorts of items weaving the straw like material into the most amazing patterns and shapes. I held so much respect for this woman. She was an true artisan. I loved watching her fingers as they almost danced, using a technique so old in their culture yet still so alive in this modern world. They were all so colourful, I wished ...
... in front of Fernanda you'll see the white queso de Oaxaca (similar to ricotta or cottage cheese) that goes into the cheese-stuffed version of chiles rellenos. The cheese was pressed nearly dry before it was stuffed into the chiles.
Although three different kinds of chiles were used in this dish, each type ...
... illness conversation, which opened up a whole lot of doors for people to tell their experiences or their friends. All very interesting & made me feel really comfortable & happy that i am not hiding my illness and pretending to be something I am not while over here which would be easy to do, but disastrous I think, So the girls were thinking they would watch a movie, but I was so tired, and muscles I hadn't heard from in years were screaming at me. So I decided to go to ...
... sit on the mountains and contemplate life. Feeling extremely relaxed, we sat on the mountain and did so. The rest of the day we spent casually exploring the rest of the town until we decided to find some food to cook.
We had no kitchen in the cabana, but that did not dampen our spirits on cooking for ourselves. After a long shopping trip amongst the few small shops available in the town, we managed to find the ingredients to a stew/soup thing. Using only our log fire (and ...