Fiesta Inn Oaxaca
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... mezcal, their local spirit which was fiery and not our cup of tea. We also tried chilli grasshoppers which were tasty and actually tasted like sundries tomatoes. We visited a cheese mongers and sampled their 'stringy cheese' which they put in a lot of their street food. We also visited a chocolate factory where we sampled the VERY dark chocolate and chocolate drink. Once we were done the 5 of us squeezed Into a taxi and headed to Augustines house ...
... destroyed it! Monte Alban is probably the oldest native ruin in the area. The indigenous groups who originally built it and the other groups who took it over and added to it live on the the locals. You see the faces of Olmecs, Zapotecs and Mixtecs in the local population. Sometimes it’s so striking I have to stop myself from staring - these amazing faces that you see on the carvings or statues come alive when you least expect it.
Many of the artisans ...
... the morning are still there so we grab lunch there. I have Argentinian beef with salad and Hinesh has tacos. After today we are both taco'd out. Don't know what we will do for the week and a half we have left here….
We also organise our trek tomorrow and our bus tickets to Mexico City for Sunday. We wander around the city again and there are festivities happening on the streets - dancing, giant puppets on stilts, music. Its all very colourful and Hinesh laughs as ...
... to go off from god knows where but they were not being set off by professionals from some OSHA approved site but from somewhere within the parade.
Then we wound up in the Zocalo all around the cathedral. There must have been well over a few thousand people, four bands all playing simultaneously. The bands were around the munecas, the dancers, and everyone else woven throughout. After watching and taking a short ...
... loads of people and there was no-one around so explored Mexico City for the day, but due to the teachers strikes it was sooooooooooo busy!!! Anyway, that evening i went to see a Mexican Wrestling match with a phew other British speaking people - woooooooooo! Was so funny and was defo worth the watch.
Next day went on a tour to Teotihuacan to see the pyramids and ruins which was pretty cool. After still not having met people i thought it ...