Hotel Parador San Agustin
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... and enjoy the aesthetic view of their architecture.
Oaxaca is also famous for its cuisine. It has its own special make of cheese and chocolate (in warm liquid form). We were the most impressed, however, with the traditional mole dishes. Holy moly, they make some good mole! In one sitting we were able to try 6 different kinds, with the classic mole negro winning over our hearts. So many layers of flavor, and just slightly sweet. We ...
... 8220;This is what happens when we aren’t in charge.” But it’s not true. We are not ready to let them retake control.
So who do we choose? The PAN will not win – Mexicans are not ready for a female candidate, and they do not have a strong platform. Besides, people are tired of violence. But we cannot return to the ways of the PRI. Which leaves us with the PRD. Lopez Obrador may not be the ideal candidate, but we ...
... Really yummy!
Mercado Nobiembre 20 is a food market, a local food court basically. A good place to try local dishes. Following Zoe's request, I had tlayuda for lunch. It looked like a massive pizza! It's a thin massive tortilla, with a refried black beans as paste for the base, topped with squash flower, mushrooms, tomatoes, avocado, onion and Oaxacan stringy cheese. Mercado De Artesanias is full of crafts as well ...
... walking, eating vegetables and drinking a ton of aqua for the next couple days. I don't remember ever eating so much food in my life! All amazing food. And, most of all AMAZING people.
I am truly blessed to be having the experience. It will be with me forever..I know we will back here.
If you have a moment or two, check out Susana Trilling on You Tube. Just Google her name, and all kinds of stuff will come up. What a talented and creative lady she ...
December 12th is a holiday in Mexico. It celebrates the Virgin of Guadalupe who in the 16th century (sometime after the Spanish invaded) visited Juan Diego (a local native resident) on the hill of Tepeyac. The legend says that she appeared to Juan and told him to tell the bishop (not sure of the rank) to build a church on the hill. The bishop ignored him. Juan went back to the ...
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