Yesterday we visited the 'Hierve el Agua' that means 'boiling water'. It is called boiling, because there are bubbles in the water come up from the stone and straps behind dams (mésztufagát) for a while forming pools to swim in, before fall down on giant and gorgeous stalactites. Because of the bright whiteness of the stone the cascades
seem to be frozen.
'Árbol de Tule'. Said to be the widest tree of the World.
Mitla, archeological place, built by Zapotecs.
Beautiful, colorful rugs in Theotitlán de Valle.
Trying the local 'pálinka' called 'mezcal' that is made of a cactus-like plant called 'agave'.