Hotel Parador San Agustin
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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... had invented a way to create stunning works of black ceramics with a secret technique, famous throughout the region, that her descendants were still practicing, without modern devices such as a pottery wheel! It was impressive, but we were rather exhausted by this point in a long day and glad to head back into town.
We just adored Oaxaca, stunning, relaxed, curious and quirky place. If you're going to Mexico, forget the cliches and go there instead!
This is a different sort of trip than we usually take. Not a tour, moving from day to day, but a whole month in one spot. I had been thinking for a while about spending time in one place, really getting to know it. And leaving Chicago for a month in winter seemed positively brilliant. So when Phyllis casually mentioned, "Oh yes, Oaxaca, you would like it", I hopped on AirBnB and found Villa Los Nogales, run by Theresa. We originally planned ...
... my dad. Finally we got to the hotel we were all very tired. The next day we went out for a walk to have some lunch. Then we went to get churros. I got one covered with chocolate while my brother got a normal one. Then we went to look at a big market where we saw a few people selling lots of bugs and insects like deep fried grasshopper. Then we got some Mexican football shirts. Then we went to have some dinner at this place called Restaurante de Catedral. ...
... 8217;t expecting much but they were kind of cool as it was on top of a mountain and offered good views over the whole of Oaxaca. Had some old dudes with moustaches trying to flog ****, but that was pretty much to be expected. One thing I did notice though was a particularly large stock of straw hats… then I looked round, and pretty much every tourist there was wearing one.
Really don’t get straw hats… It’s not something that people wear at home, but they ...
... 8 to 15 days.
Finally passes through the still.
See the worm, it is in mezcal up to 6 months old.
The 7 year old mezcal certainly tasted much smoother than the rough 6 month old one.