La Villada Inn
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... 8 to 15 days.
Finally passes through the still.
See the worm, it is in mezcal up to 6 months old.
The 7 year old mezcal certainly tasted much smoother than the rough 6 month old one.
... so got stung for a $12 (aud) club sandwich but it fed us both so I guess that's a win.
After walking around the ruins and then heading back to the hostel (which in my opinion is the best one we have stayed at so far) we were lazing about and I happened to message a girl that we had met at our first hostel (Nisa) in Mexico city (hostel amigo) and it turns out she had just landed in Oaxaca and was staying in a room down ...
... and began trying to figure out how to sign up. The race didn’t have any web presence, much less online registration, so I asked Leah to call to find out details. A week later, I drove twenty minutes to the prep school that was hosting the race. My limited Spanish got me by the guard and into the inner sphere of the school, where I stumbled through the registration process. I plunked down my US$7.50 registration fee and provided my ...
I just returned from hell. Well, my definition of hell, anyway.
Ok, perhaps I'm exaggerating. Most of the trip was great; there was just a 4 hour hike that was the equivalent of my worst nightmare.
As one of the organized field trips for the program, we headed to a remote indigenous village in the Sierra Norte. To get there, we spent half the 7.5 hour drive enduring razorback roads. I had taken Dramamine, but it didn’t seem to ...
Worshippers pay homage to the saints by leaving milagros and other mementos at their feet, hanging from the necks, or pinned to their clothing.
Mothers kiss the coffins; then lay their hands on their children hopping to receive devine intervention from above.