Posada Del Virrey
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... but is staffed mainly with meat, a little bit of vegetables and plenty of chese. They are baked on a wok pan and the dough is a bit crispy. In this market street you got tacos, empanadas, tostadas, tlayudas, quesadillas and in another street the next day you got only soups with innards and meat from the beef’s head. The next day you didn’t find the same food in the same street and had to start finding them again or just try new great food. Well the ...
... kids. We decided to hike a bit and come back afterwards.
So we started the long hike down to the base. And when I say down, I mean down. It only took us about twenty minutes, but each giant step was actually the height of two or three normal steps, and the whole way down, all I kept thinking was, we're going to have to get back up. The bottom of the falls offered a decent view, though I actually think the view was better from near the top. And the hike back ...
... up to Sierre Norte to visit one of the villages in the Pueblos Mancomunados (PM). PM is a network of villages in the Sierre Norte that have joined forces to promote each other in an ecotourism trade. Today we are headed for Llano Grande to do a little 4 - 5 hour hike.
Drew and Ingrid are on a one month holiday and have spent some time here in Mexico and will head to Cuba to complete the rest of the holiday. They are a chilled and friendly couple and we chat easily ...
... you should watch, the 2nd one especially) we decided to go back home to our kids.
When I left the first time it was about 9:30 at night, when they got to the Zocalo it was about 10:30. At 1:30 we were awoken to the bands and fireworks once again parading through the streets. The crazy part is the real part of the Calenda is when the arrive at a different Cathedral, Cathedral de la Soliedad, the patron of Oaxaca. ...
... photos show. It belongs to an American architect named Lance LaVine, who teaches at the University of Minnesota. He and a Mexican architect (Daniel) built a pair of houses that are cleverly nested together; Daniel lives in one, Lance and Linda live part-time in the other. (They spend winter quarters here, during which -- get this -- Lance teaches a graduate seminar at the University of Minnesota on Mexican architecture. The seminar, of course, ...