|Spot with a view.|
We spent two wonderful days in Oahaxa with Jan and Dave, lots of walking in the plazas and the museums and churches are special. Got our laundry done and a charger for our phone, so we can make a call if needed.
Today friday the 6th. We left Oahaxa at 9.0 am and drove to Cuajimoloyas which is a collection of aboriginal villages high in the mountains, one must take a guide to hike to the different lookouts. First we were to stay in a cabana but as it turned out we could park in a farmers field. What a fantastic spot and endless vistas. The hiking was harder as the elevation is over 10,000 feet so a lot of huffing and puffing but we made it.
dinner was a joint effort between Jan and Dave and me with Norbert supervising.
Very good and for desert we had ginger cookies made by Hildegard. While we were having happy hour there came a tractor to plow the field right next to Dave's camper. It was a potato vield and after the plow went though we gathered some potatoes.
Big Hug to all