Hotel Casa Antigua
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... shared how the plants were used by people and for example highlighted the use of the cohineal bug/parasite that lives on a type of cactus and is dried and crushed to make red dyes that are featured in rugs and other textiles not only in Mexico and places like Teotitlan del Valle but also in other countries. Needless to say this was an awesome tour and highly recommended whether you take it in Spanish or English. ...
Oaxaca city is the capital of the state of Oaxaca. Nestled in a valley 5100 feet high, it is 300 miles southeast of Mexico city. Because of the altitude, it boasts a fairly temperate climate. Right now the daily highs are in the upper 80s and the nights cool down to the mid 50s. (I know that is cruel to mention these temps to our friends in the upper midwest.) April and May are the hot months, and the rainy season runs through June and July. The history of ...
... an interesting restaurant attached to a gallery. I randomly ordered a few things but they brought a huge selection out so felt a little foolish! Back for a relatively early night, felt completely safe walking back along the quiet and picturesque streets at night. This place reminds me so much of Antigua, Guatemala and Granada, Nicaragua that it feel like I've been rand ported back a few years! Looking forward to meeting up with Tola and her friend for Saturday evening ...
... but it was a nice place for a piece of grass a shared massage, and chill out time.
Not sure if we have cured the wanderlust or made it worse. We have had some great Spanish teachers and we have learned about three years of Spanish grammar in five weeks. When you are used to seven verb tenses and you have to figure out fourteen, I mean really. But that is where the expression comes from. The common goodbye here is not adios but literally (though ...
... used either naturally or colored. Of course these artisans have a lot more time. The radishes after all were harvested about the 18th and displayed five days later. In fact some the the artist were still carving as we walked by. The corn husks are something that they had much longer to prepare and it showed. The full mock up of the government building in the Zocalo was amazing, though it was missing the protesters who are always there.