Hacienda La Noria
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De Ávila was joined by the artist Luis Zárate, who was instrumental in design and hardscape touches: iron borders, walkways, bridges, and handrails. A snaking pathway of naturally green-hued soil was inspired by a pre-Columbian step-fret zigzag design, a motif that is echoed throughout the garden. It surfaces most dramatically in a massive Toledo-designed fountain that seeps water dyed blood-red ...
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We had a wonderful breakfast and the service was excellent. The waiter offered specialties from Oaxaca and explained how to drink mezcal. Put a drop of mezcal on your skin and smell it. Then sip a little mezcal and wet the inside of your mouth. Then, put some chili powder on a piece of orange, suck on it and drink more mezcal.
I tried also chapulinas for the first time. Both chapulinas and mezcal are very famous for Oaxaca.
... The winning or losing captain got sacrificed to the Gods which was a privilege and seen as a great honor.
We also visited some local artisans working in wood and ridiculously bright colours, a craftsman who made amazing shiny black pots and art out of local clay using nothing but his own hands and bamboo tools and a Dominican monastery & church. Lunch was a massive buffet and included some really tasty ...
As one drives along, music free, one has little conversations with one's self, sort of like -- "...What are all those dump trucks doing under that overpass ? Oh, I guess they are blocking the road. Now no-one can get around. The car in front of me has turned back. Shoot ! I wonder how long we will have to sit here? Wait ! A Federal Policeman is waving us through that little gap between ...
... sit and rest & not desert me. Even though I said they could. With one last ditch effort I made it back to the top. And man was I happy to see those pools of water. I really wanted to dunk my head in, but I was so short of breath I had to wait. Even when I finally tried to hold my breath to dunk my head it was difficult as I was still breathless.... Breathless, hot, sweaty & EXHILERATED! It's amazing what you can do when you know you have no other option but ...