Hotel La Provincia
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... better together than alcohol and chocolate!
Mescal is an acquired taste. It's strong and like when I learnt to appreciate scotch it can be a bit harsh. We all give it a go :)
Dinner is on the roof with the stunning church as a back drop, great tunes in the background and delicious food. It's a fun night and before it gets to silly o'clock some of us head back to have a relatively early night while others push on till late - someone had to finish all the mescal we didn't ...
... and it's nice and warm on the roof-top terrace!!
Took a walk through the Mercado Central - Saturday market day, packed with people and fascinating. Purchased some fruits and vegetables, fresh bread, and other essentials.
Went to the zocolo (central town square) in the evening. A festival of music, people-watching, and it seems everyone in the city is here on a Saturday night. ...
... in general we are it.
My big break through with the language came the other day when the ladies who I was buying produce from instead of talking over my head in Spanish started to say some things in Zapotec. I was excited and told Daphne upon return form the market that they had gone Zapotec on my ass! Other than that the language is getting easier but despite having learned a lot at school applying what we have learned is difficult at ...
... 8220;When will the food service begin?” I asked. “Not until 2 o’clock,” he replied. When I pointed out that it was already 2:30, he merely shrugged. I interpreted this to mean that by “2 o’clock” he meant “2 o’clock Oaxaca time,” i.e., 3 o’clock or so. Anyone from Orcas Island will recognize the similarity between Oaxaca time and Island time.) Finally we were allowed to ...
Wednesday 11 September Then a long, long drive through a great landscape to Oaxaca (Wahahca). This is a colonial town renowned for traditional Mexican handcrafts. Here we also had mole which is a sauce which comes in red, green and black which is chocolate flavored. It is also a hugely tourist place. The teachers who are demonstrating all hail from here. ...