Vista Real Hotel
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... on a 45 deg angle so they could align the stars and study them.
More climbing unfortunately for my thighs.
there were some carvings in rock faces that appeared o be deformed people for whom there appears to be a special reverence. Others suggests an understanding of anitomical features.
spent over 2 hours here.
then off to a Zapotec family for cooking demo and lunch. Unfortunately got lost as the road was cut off. Eventually found the house ...
... upgraded bus, we finally settled in for another sleepless night in a cramped bus seat . Yay for us. We arrived to Oaxaca and our lovely little hostel early in the morning and immediately set out to find some cheap, local brekky. We have become addicted to the local food 'Tortas'. A crusty roll filled with spiced meat (usually pork), avocado, tomato, mayo and sometimes beans, for only a few bucks. It's definitely our 'go to' street food choice of ...
... erythromycin. Interesting! Had noodles for lunch and relaxed at the hotel. Cancun tomorrow and only 2 sleeps til ash. So excited. Satisfied with Oaxaca. Feeling pretty sick still. Hope it goes away! Had a little nap, and then got a sandwich for dinner. Churros and cards for desert. Going to miss señor churro! Then came back to the room to get packed and ...
... Guacamole was the pick of the day and Bec and I confirmed our dislike for black mole (although this one was slightly less offensive than the first tried). Highly recommend Augustin for a hilarious, informal class should you visit Oaxaca. Cooking Classes Oaxaca #144-A Esq. Priv. de Almendros Col. Reforma, Oaxaca, Oaxaca, Mexico http://www.tripadvisor.com.au/Attractio n_Review-g150801-d2639317-Reviews-Cooki ng_Classes_Oaxaca-Oaxaca_Southern_Mexic ...
... Fortunately, there was a BF Goodrich right when I arrived in the city. Perfecto! El Burro is ready to take on the world again.
It was all sunshine in the city, and the lowering sun brought out some wonderful pastels in the architecture as I etched my way through town and into my hostel. The guy at Azul Cielo was very helpful, got me a good parking spot, and told me the best place to get a tlajudia...a regional dish that ...