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Travel Blogs from Oaxaca
Breakfast enjoyed overlooking the zocola.
A guided excursion of Monte Albán with a "local" Canadian Suzanne.
Holy city of the ancient Zapotecs is located 400 metres above ...
... 1 branches of epazote, about 20 leaves
3 - 4 eggs
˝ - 1 c. vegetable oil
˝ c. flour for dusting chiles
To Prepare Chiles for Stuffing
Start preparing chiles at least 3 hours before you will stuff them.
- For chiles de agua and chiles poblanos, roast until blackened over ...
Being Sunday, I started the day with Church. I attended 11:00 am mass at Santa Domingo. It was beautiful. There was something very special about it all. While going up for the Eucharist, I had to hold back my tears. For some reason, I was breaking down. Something about that mass was just very special, it's hard to explain, but it brought a lot of emotion into play. After mass I stayed for a bit to pray in silence. When I left, I felt great; I felt refreshed. Today ...
Took a 9 hour bus ride today from Veracruz to Oaxaca. It was horrendous. We were sitting down the back next to the toilet. Tough day! On the plus side, the countryside was beautiful. We saw mountains, volcanoes, lush green valleys, arid areas with cacti, as well as beautiful quaint Mexican ...
... into petrified waterfalls.
The next day, the whole family, plus 5 of Brenda's friends stuffed into our two cars (two of Brenda's friends had to sit in the trunk). We were headed out to the ruins of Monte Alban, a must see in Oaxaca is what we'd heard. However, the universe had other plans for us. After an hour of inching through horrid traffic in 90 degree heat (the drive is only supposed to take 15 minutes) we gave up and turned back.