Meson San Sabastian
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... sauce based on chocolate and includes herbs and chilli. It was very nice and surprisingly not sweet; after all, not all chocolate is Cadburys. From here we had a free afternoon so I went with Alister and Peter back to the market for a more leisurely browse. We then headed to the Biblioteca Palafoxiana. Bishop Juan de Palafox was an early spiritual and community leader of Puebla and donated his library of 5000 books to the local College in 1646 on ...
... to the market, a huge bowl of chocolate drink, this time made with hot milky and a bun, then scrambled egg with chorizo, beans, avocado and separate salsas, not a bad start to the day
The chef at the cooking school soaked maize kernels overnight and then we took it to a local miller to grind this into a dough. He gave us a choice of dishes to make so that we could buy the ingredients at the local market, but these dishes in Spanish we could not recognise! Eventually we ...
... 000 people, the Olympic stadium and the university campus of Mexico City which is free and was named 65th best university in the world. Arrived at Xochimilco and each girl was offered a flower (how lovely!). We went for a lovely and peaceful ride along the canal...which was bordered with flower shops. Other boats would come by selling us souvenirs, food, drinks and even mariachi bands offering ...
... discuss the world's largest pyramid structure, a chap came by selling grasshoppers and a bevy of sampling ensued. They were best with some lime squeezed atop. I bought a spicier mix 20MP.
The climb was somewhat steep up concrete, seemingly only difficult for the smokers; go figure. The views were not bad, albeit some smog covered the top of Popocatepetl.
The Sanctuary of the Remedies is a Roman Catholic church atop the present pyramid ...
After Cacaxtla, we went to a pyramid that was pretty close by, called Xochitécatl (try saying that 3 times fast). The pyramid is interesting because it is an ancient, indigenous made pyramid, but on top it has a white cross. The cross seems out of place and it's obvious that it was placed there long after the pyramid had been constructed. It was an interesting symbol of how the catholics basically took over the indigenous people's way of life by force.