Hotel La Ceiba
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... The cactus grows til it's 10 or 12, gets chopped down to like a crown shape. Then cooked in an oven like a hangi. Then ground up using a stone wheel powered by a horse. Then fermented for 14 days. He pulp then shoveled into a oven with a hot fire underneath it. The steam is condensed and is the alcohol that is then put into the barrel before bottling. Quite a smelly place and the mezcal very smoky flavored. Interesting. Then the drive began. ...
... into our hostel 'Puerta Vieja Hostel' and we were surprised to be back in the land of decent accommodation - Mexico has a rep for good hostels and it never let us down. We checked into our huge dorm that was surprisingly private and quiet and headed out as we always do to take in the city.
The city is sitting in a valley of hills and a Spanish colonial grid style lay out. There were streets of restaurants and bars where you could sit out on the path ...
... main attraction is a fantastically coloured, bright and unique church in the centre square. There were fireworks being let off, full brass bands and traditional costumes flourishing in and around the church. It felt like a real fiesta or celebration. We would have taken some photos but the locals forbid photos to be taken.
Macushla went inside the church and loved its unique and different feel and approach, suggesting ...
... making the same mistake re lack of pix of Oaxaca's histotrical centre.
Off with Sarki to see some of the historic centre of the town. The core grid is about 10 streets by 10 streets. The town is built low to the ground save for churches and the like. Sarki barely ...
... which takes place there from 4 to 23 January every year to honor local patron saints.
In 2010, the festival was included in UNESCO's Intangible Cultural Heritage Lists , as "Parachicos in the traditional January feast of Chiapa de Corzo".Since then, the event has evidently experienced a surge in interest, making the Dance of the Parachicos the ...