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... since weeks or months we had bread. Still it was sweeter than our European bread but it was bread. The Oaxaca people have a bread culture – what a surprise! What Oaxaca is also famous for is their cacao, chocolate and mole. Mole is a type of sauce that they serve with meat and it has a slight chocholate flavour and is a bit creamy. You get it from light brown to pitch black and the darker it is the more intensive and stronger the taste. It is hard to discribe it ...
... city states in the area. After the Spanish conquest, Cuilapan had a population of over 40,000 people with formidable social, economic and cultural institutions. For this reason, a major monastery (Basilica of Cuilapam) dedicated to James the apostle was established there in the 1550s in order to evangelize the Mixtec and Zapotec populations. However, the area underwent decline of its native population in the ...
... it was like a chocolate rice crispy).
After our snack we were more energised to complete the rest of the hike. We see one more mirador where the mountain views got closer. We pass fields were the lupins (beautiful purple flowers) are currently in bloom. We pass by what I call the valley of agaves - this section just had heaps of them in all sizes. Don Rufino is pleased with the hike as he saw how green everything was. The day of course ended with me falling on my side ...
... kids. Young children are regularly seen trotting along side their working mothers or fathers. Older children actually choose to be around their parents and younger siblings and neighbors. Several years ago, Elly and her bosom buddy Toni were being given a "tour" of a rural village by some children of the family they were staying with, and those kids positively begged the parents to let the littlest toddler go with them.
(Later, Toni ...
... artist to spread the culture of surrealism etc. and urban garden. It was all ver interesting.i found it amazing that old buildings were being incorporated into today's society instead of being destroyed or left dilapidated. For example the aqueduct built when the Spanish came to redirect water is now part of the tourist walk & people's door ways have become the arches of the aqua duct. On the way back home Joaquin told me the story of Benito Juarez, ...