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... of the Mayan culture, history and traditions.
We learn that Oaxaca is a more traditional city than Puebla and there are 14 native nations, 15 languages and 34 dialects. Each nation has a distinct style of dress which is how they can be identified when in the city. Most of the native local people live 450 Kms away in the mountains - they are called the Triqui people and dress in local style of their region.
We start in the historic centre which is close ...
... a zucchini flour svegetable soup, hand-made tortillas with a spiced, shredded chicken filling, again containing many ingredients. (not your standard 'Taco Bell taco')! The three of us working continuously used the entire 1.5 to 2 hour time period in making the meal. We always considered Mexican food rather simple, but these dishes were quite elaborate. Many types of peppers were used, each prepared a different way; ...
... this lazy town found some great tacos and a couple other workshops and then bought some rungs for a ridiculously low price for the sheer volume of work that it takes to create these works of art. Not cheap but still for the amount of work...wow. Come by the house when we get back to see our new rug!
Then we drove over to a little town called Mitla. We were looking forward to the hotel with the pool, and a quite night or rest. We got in ...
... chopped tomatoes, onions, olives, and almonds in a sauce pan and cook over medium high heat. Add salt, sugar, and vinegar to taste. Add the contents of the blender and the raisins. Cook until the tomatoes become watery, and add the shredded chicken. Continue to cook until dry. To Fill and Cook Chiles
... of the squares. I tried a mexcal (Regional Tequilla) flavoured one, something I soon came to regret, although most of the other flavours were pretty good.
Day 369: Tuesday 22nd January 2013
Every now and again you look back on a decision and realise you should have chosen differently. Helena and I had decided to go to see Monte Alban, a Mayan ruin located just outside the city. In order to get there we ...