Hacienda La Noria
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The next 4 hours were spent cooking whilst enjoying a beer or two. We made a black mole sauce which was a very long process (I can see why the locals buy the paste!) including a lot of different spices. We also made some chicken tacos, enchiladas, a red table sauce, guacamole and a salsa verde. The food was incredible, washed down with mezcal and more beer, and the company was great, Augustine is a crazy man which made the ...
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... along to the music. The zocalo is also very festive. There is a stage set up with more clowns entertaining the crowds as well as musicians. The rains don't even deter the crowds today. Everyone is still out and about.
We eat a light dinner and head back to the hostel to chill out.
Day 4: we are picked up at the hostel by our tour guide Eric from Tierraventura at 8.20am. We pick up a lovely Aussie couple from Melbourne - Drew and Ingrid and we head out ...
... you should watch, the 2nd one especially) we decided to go back home to our kids.
When I left the first time it was about 9:30 at night, when they got to the Zocalo it was about 10:30. At 1:30 we were awoken to the bands and fireworks once again parading through the streets. The crazy part is the real part of the Calenda is when the arrive at a different Cathedral, Cathedral de la Soliedad, the patron of Oaxaca. ...
... a good idea to head down to Acapulco. HELL NO!!! Not another traveller in sight! I was the one and only person in the whole of my hotel as apparently in Acapulco, hostels don't exist. So after spending a day on the beach and still meeting no-one, i made the decision to fly to Cancun where i was guaranteed to meet people. How right was I!!!!
So I arrived late and went straight to my hostel! The hostel was awesome and had sucgh a great ...