Casa De Las Flores Hotel
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Can't believe we’ve been away from Aus for 15 days already it’s flying past. We were getting the night bus to San Cristobel so we had a relaxed morning in Oaxaca following the sport as Hull won easily and Man City lost. It couldn’t have been any better, Hull vs Arsenal would be a great final! It could be that Hull end up winning more than Arsenal or Man U this season.
We strolled around town ...
Anyway, after taste testing chapulines (grasshoppers soaked in lime and salt), new fruits like the Zapote negro, different chiles and cheeses we made our way back to the restaurant. There we made tortilla, salsas, squash blossoms, brown mole, basically a three course meal plus dessert! I was most taken by the sheer variety of ingredients they put in one dish. Our mole alone had 16 or 17 ingredients - 2 types of dried peppers, platano, garlic, cinnamon, onion, ...
... booth by the cathedral. She confirmed to take the pink line to Chapltepec station. She also gave me some reassuring information about what I wanted to do tomorrow so that was really useful.
Later we returned to Zocalo square in Oaxaca where there appeared to be a party in full swing. The atmosphere was very relaxed. A band of pipes, keyboard and drums was playing gentle tunes with a distinctive style and rythym. We took supper of spicy chicken and rice from a street vendor. This really is a nice town.
... as I had researched it before I left Australia. So I had a look through the artists books but nothing jumped out at me. I explained that I wanted a traditional catrina. So the guy looked it up on the net and found one that I liked immediately. Price $3000 pesos & he needed half an hour to draw it up. So paddy and I continued on looking for the English book shop. Asking directions and getting sent in 5 different directions or getting blank looks. Finally we stumbled onto the store. I ...