Hotel La Provincia
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Day started with hotel breakfast Tom vowed to stop having cappuccino's as it was $38mx outrageous less than £2
Left Juchitan and followed the 190 again ruta 2010 long straight road this morning along the coastal plain and swap land although a lot was being reclaimed for agriculture although we could not see the sea. The whole plain was a …
... the city as much as we might have liked as we found flights to Mexico city cheaper than a bus so though it sounded to good and snapped them up.
We had a wander around the markets and had some good street tacos, this unfortunately did not extend to a quesadilla I was to have an hour later, which sent me in search of the nearest facilities mere moments after it's ingestion.
So, onward to the big smoke of Mexico City, and my last stop in Latin America.
... jackets soon arrived to kill the fun but were shouted down quickly by the masses and people power won the day. See photos We arrived at 16.45 and had nowhere to stay so found some wifi in a bar. Sarah had wine. This made her happy. We then walk to the sourced accommodation in biblical rain. The hotel, slightly Fawlty Towers with a pool, is "so bad - it's great" - today's ...
... average. I'm learning that Mexican food in Australia is obviously worlds apart from the food in Mexico. Especially for vegetarians. My dinner was a bit like cardboard smothered with frijoles. But it fills the void and we get a Magnum ice cream on the way home (yes, those are good here). Day 9: Exercise day! Arianna makes us some great pancakes with maple syrup and slices of mango for breakfast. I gobble it down and pretty much clap my hands together and punch dance out ...
... after they have been filled. In center on the left, you can see three chiles stuffed with chicken: chile poblano on the top, chile pasilla in the middle, and chile de agua on the bottom. On the right, two of the chiles are stuffed with cheese. The one at the top is a chile de agua; toward the bottom is a chile ...