Vista Real Hotel
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Our last day in Oaxaca we did some final errands and then spent the rest of the afternoon relaxing poolside at the fancy Quinta Real Hotel. It was worth it and before we left we both had lawn chairs on grass in the sun. What an awesome way to spend our last day in town. We stayed till the sun left the lawn and then made our way to our casita for our last night. ...
... bags in their luggage room but then we pretty much had to make ourselves scarce. So with very little sleep we began a trek around the town ´sightseeing´ (AKA sleepwalking).
We started off by heading to the Mercado Sánchez Pascuas to find something for breakfast. We ended up getting two mamelas, one veggie with beans and cheese and one meat with beans and chicken. This was the first time we´d had mamelas which are basically just corn tortillas which ...
... myself see things. I swear, I saw an animal perched on a part of the tree with its back turned to us. After Elise looked and said the same and then told a woman who thought it was a monkey, Elise zoomed in with her telephoto lens to confirm that in fact it was nothing more than a part of a huge knot in the tree. I seriously thought it was a Mexican raccoon with stripes on its back. ...
... negro (with chocolate), mole almendrado (with almonds), mole coloradito (with red chilli peppers) and mole Amarillo (with yellow chilli peppers). Mole almendrado was my favourite! We headed to salsa bar and practised our moves which was super fun! But some of us wanted to go back to the hotel early boooo. Beer again in Ernesto's room and his random drunken ramblings :) Felt soooo sleepy after one beer, time for bed I believe! V and mini V (would have liked to salsa some ...
... in a place like Oaxaca it would not be hard to be vegetarian, there is so much good stuff all over the place that who needs meat (Honor, Ellie - breathe - I would never actually be vegetarian, but you get the point). To put the richness and variety in perspective, they don't even use basil - a key and delicious herb in my lowly culinary opinion - to cook with. Instead, many Oaxacan restaurants place a bunch of it outside their door to keep bad energy away. Or so said our ...