Casa Gigi Guest House
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... of the vegetation and learn about some of the medicinal benefits of the plants along the way. One weird smelling flower smelt like ashtray (true story). Hinesh was click click clicking away at the scenery. We saw lots of agaves - this is the plant from which mezcal is made. Mezcal is the Oaxacan version of tequila. Some agaves were piqueño and some were giant sized.
It rained at some points of the walk but nothing that our rain coats wouldn't fix. The rain was a ...
Second, kids appear to want to spend time with their families including their parents. From the time kids are born they are bundled up and cuddled by their mothers, and physically held by everyone in the family all day long. On week-ends and even on workdays it is commonplace to see dads carrying babies or toddlers around, snuggling, kissing, laughing, playing with them, or knocking around a soccer ball or playing other games with ...
... the whole garden was flooded. Within a few hours we were evacuated from our hostel and moved to somewhere different as it was starting to become unsafe to stay. Luckily Noam and I were heading the San Cristobal that night so we just needed somewhere the chill out for the day, so headed to the same hostel as everyone else to avoid the rain.
After an over night bus Noam and I arrived and explored the town. It was gorgeous. So much to ...
... Not hard to imagine, in the short time we were here we observed two eagles and a handful of other flying animals that I'm sure were considered dinner for many.
It's an interesting history and I'm thankful to be able to get so close to what remains of this culture. I'm also grateful for stoves, windows, bright orange shoes and popcorn. The modern day luxuries of life. ...
... in a bar with a jukebox for an hour or two. It was sweltering outside in all fairness, so we did have an excuse. We were lucky enough to find out about a free event that was happening at 9pm. A live band were playing in the stamp museum, which ...