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We departed Mexico City for the colonial town of Puebla, some 2.5 hrs away by bus. While stowing our luggage under the buys, I smash my head on a metal beam and it's not much fun. I find out later that I actually split my head open and blood came out. I actually swore less when smashing my head open than spending 5 minutes in Sydney traffic. Maybe …
On Sunday, November 17, a grand event was held to celebrate the great culinary traditions of the state of Oaxaca — the Festival Orígenes: la Etnococina de Oaxaca (Origins Festival of the Ethnic Cuisine of Oaxaca). To pay tribute to the quality and variety of ethnic cuisine here, cooks from 60 villages representing the 17 ethnic groups of Oaxaca came to the capital to showcase their cooking at a huge public banquet.
... radish added. Grilled spring onions and jalapeño, a tomato chilli sauce for spice and a black bean soup. A feast as well as the grasshoppers. Then sweet tamales which by then we couldn't fit in. Also unlimited mescal (local liquor made out of cactus) with lime ans worm salt and beer or soda. Home ground coffee to finish and if only we could have had a siesta. They were lovely to talk to and we provided much entertainment for their 14 year old son. We think we are on Facebook ...
... We had some amazing hot chocolate and chocolate tamale at Mayordomo, this chocolate chain that seemed to be on every street, multiple times. Then we had some pretty average 1L pineapple juices, then french fries with buffalo sauce and cheese, and then finally we stopped off at Wingbox to watch the Confederations Cup final (Brazil beat Spain 3-0) and eat some of the best wings I've ever tasted (chipotle sauce) and a Corona. Still not satisfied from all that grazing, ...
... or bypass highway. I don’t know the whole story behind the Libramiento, but the short of it is that we have a six-mile-long stretch of deserted road in the mountains above our house that gets used by bikers, runners, and burros and cows, sometimes solo and sometimes being led by their owners. I like running the trails that spur off of the Libramiento as well. It’s been a fantastic resource. I ran a 5K trail run on ...
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