Hotel Meson de San Antonio
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... an hour later. Three cabs took us into the cobbled stone streets to the Yolihuani Posada. Sid said our hotels are a bit of a roller coaster: good in MC, very nice here, a step down in Morelia and more basic near the butterflies before returning to good in MC.
It was more drop your bags and rendezvous with Sid for a walk into town, armed with Lonely Planet maps of the town. Cobblestone streets awaited us.
The rest of the trip is virgin territory to me ...
We slept in until around 8am, which was lovely, then rose to make a pot of coffee, only to discover that Jeremy had beaten us to it. We plotted out the day, then Paul had a work call he needed to take (even though he was on a personal day today). In the meantime, Jeremy, Emily, and I went for a walk around town and went out to the supermercado to buy groceries for the week. We walked through Parque Mexico, which was very lush. Returning to the ...
... ve seen, cigarette packs or singles and they will even light it for you, drinks, food, but most of all strange toys like bubble blowers, Mario hats, world globes, it makes you think why would someone stuck in traffic want to buy a world globe? After the short 15 minute drive we arrived back out the front of the park, we were going to start with the boat ride but instead opted to get our picture drawn first, we found the guy who was in the process of finishing ...
... the Frida Kahlo museum, was a really nice afternoon. She was an incredible artist and without me having any idea a huge influence on modern art and clothing, well worth a visit.
We just had a fairly average dinner that mostly consisted of raw vegetables but that's our fault for not having very strong Spanish and now we wait around the hostel until go time.
Bring on Oaxaca!
Buenos noches amigos
... to what was traditionally used to create these relics- wood. Roberto's taller was incredible. He had many pieces he was working on, with completed heads waiting for bodies. The faces were so expressive and lovely. He had been working on a pasta de cana Jesus and the facial expression and how he crafted the mouth was incredible. Roberto was also amazing to talk to. He shared about how he talks to his pieces as he works on them. He also told me how pieces that he works ...