Hospederia La Reja
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... br> The zocalo gave us our first experience of Mexican street food - we tried a couple of stalls, one being little soft tacos topped with BBQ chopped meats, cucumber and radish - sauces were mild, medium and very hot (and if the Mexicans say they're very hot...). The other was like a huge empanada - both very tasty.
Apart from the great colonial architecture, top attraction in the city itself ...
Now that the holiday season has passed life here seems to be getting back to normal. Of course someone else's normal is not your own. The holidays really go until January 6th, Three kings day. Instead of Santa in the park you can have your kids picture taken with the three kings while sitting on an elephant. I am sorry to say we did not take advantage of this opportunity! Needless to say there were brass bands in the middle of the night and lots ...
... grasshoppers which were interesting (very salty). We both liked them however could not finish the bag we bought... Actually we probably should throw them out now.... The city and main square was incredible in colour and activity. Oaxaca is said to be the best place to be for Dia de los muertos (day of the dead) and we were lucky enough to see the start of the week long festival. There were bands, dancing and loads of people dressed up! Justin looked for some culture and went into ...
Well, it's safe to say this trip is going to be interesting, considering how my very first day went. After hugging my mom tightly while she cried in my arms, I boarded my flight from Montreal to Mexico City. Luckily, I had my own screen with games and a movie selection of my choice! It was awesome. Of course, the food was delicious as well. All went well until the last two hours of the flight. At that point, a baby decided to throw up all over ...
... with live music and random buskers through the day/night.
Mary was in heaven with the amount of markets in this place. The markets were filled with amazing handcrafted goods and Mary was a little overwhelmed as she sift through the abundance of embroided tops and dresses. I took this time to practice my Spanish skills (thanks Craig for the reference book= saviour) and rest my feet on any chair that became available. We literally shopped for ...