Parador San Miguel
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... up cochineal over slabs of Montezuma cypress, La Sangre de Mitla (the blood of Mitla).The title refers to the archeological site of Mitla, 25 miles from Oaxaca. It was a religious capital when the Spanish arrived in the 1500s. In a rock shelter named Guilá Naquitz, archaeologists found 10,000-year-old squash seeds, the first evidence of gardening in the New World. To highlight this history, one of the Jardín’s raised beds is aligned to ...
... sea level has given us some idea as to how totally out of our depth we are going to be when it comes to Macchu Picchu ...........still that is months off......we've got to learn Spanish first, Sarah only - Ian has it nailed. Well.... he did say "danke" this afternoon to a waiter. On returning back to town we searched high and low to buy Day of the Dead stuff (Oaxaca is home to DOTD) Turns out they only really celebrate this event on the 20th November and the skulls, ...
... awesome dinner, saw some horrendous band there for the international woman's day (They were male?), had a few beers and tequilas with the locals, visited a Karaoke bar where people were singing really bad Spanish Karaoke so bad that they might have scored even less than me on Sing star. I normally get a poor score on Sing star which you can beat by normally just going ummmmmmmmmmmmmm for the whole song. We did find out that we have been ...
... trucks without being dragged off by angry strikers. Others had to abandon their vehicles, walk through the blockade and take one of the many taxis that had gathered like vultures to take advantage of the situation -- and provide an important service. We found out later that the truckers had been working for the Government for six months without being paid – no wonder they ...
On the subject of animals, we continue to be amused by the fact that Micah and Zola’s school has a pet pig. “Pepe” the pig. One day per school week, Micah is in charge of feeding and watering Pepe and cleaning up his droppings. On weekends, families volunteer to stop in to do the same. Our family collects all of our food scraps for Pepe. Normally, he gets cucumber peels, fibrous broccoli stems, ...