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... City. Storefronts, dark alleys, and bright lights all flashed by as we made our way into the center of the city and our bright pink hotel, el Hotel Trebol. It is located on a corner in the middle of it all, just south of the city square (zocalo) and across the street from a pair of bustling markets. We checked in and got our bags settled, then headed out to grab a very late dinner (almost 11 pm) at one of Louise’s favorite restaurants, ...
... us but it is interesting to hear the explanation of the mezcal making process and the dyeing techniques used in local textiles. We are encourage to have a go at carding wool (trickier than it looks) and one lucky volunteer has beetles crushed on their hands with different substances added to show how the myriad of coloured dyes can be achieved with local, natural substances.
Arriving back in Oaxaca I wander the streets a while to explore the tent city protest ...
... However the thought of 9 hours involving several hours in a bus, followed by a 6 hour bus ride to the coast the following day, made us rethink and take the local walking tour.
It was a good choice. Linda Martin is very witty and knowledgable. She spiced up the tour with humorous anecdotes along with an irreverent look at the history of the churches and their affect on the community. Her tour was very ...
... Chiles Stuffed with Minced Chicken
½ c. sugar
1 t. cider vinegar
10 small or 5 medium chiles of any of the following types:
(dried) chile pasilla Oaxaqueña
(fresh) chile de agua (possibly similar to Hungarian wax pepper)
(fresh) chile poblano
... happened. Now to discuss the police. These guys were beyond proud, you could see it in their serious faces as they drove, marched, and rode horses past the massive crowds. Now my problem with this, is what the police actually do. My friend Juan Pablo, told me of a time when he was once assaulted, and when he yelled for the police, they began to assist the assailant. This might not surprise you ( it doesn't surprise me), most countries in the south ...