Hospederia La Reja
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It was like the Desfiles I write about in another entry except we were among people who can afford the tickets or who waited for tickets in an auditorium that fits over 10,000 people. There are other differences too. Each region gets stage time and at the end all regions get on stage for a massive celebration with fireworks shooting ...
... still. The steam smokes the turkey and imparts flavor to the mezcal. And the mezcal can be aged in oak barrels -- at least 3 months for reposado and a year or more for anejo. After all this work, one just has to drink the stuff, but how? Of course you can make various cocktails and aperitifs with it, but the classic method is to drink it straight with a slice of orange sprinkled with sal de gusano (worm salt), a combination of ground toasted larvae, ground chilis and salt. ...
In the taxi from the bus station to our hostel in Oaxaca, the driver informs us that this weekend is the Guelaguetza festival. The festival is a celebration of all things "Oaxaqueño". Indigenous populations from all over the state come to the city to exhibit their - food, dance and artisanal products. Inherited Spanish culture is also celebrated.
... started to call me Clark and the various vacation movies came to mind. Still had amazing Mole, which if you are good we will bring you some home!
The next day after more holiday Road movie scenes we went to Hierve al Agua a crazy spring that has been falling over the same cliff for a long time. It is like a mineralized infinity pool in the middle of a cactus forest. Check out the pictures, the water was cold so we only got in it for a ...
... pesos / NZ $ 13.60 / US $ 11. Yes, we were serenaded by a mariachi band.