Ethno-botanical gardens in Cuernavaca
It's been a long while. Yeah, life got in the way, but more than life, it was work. Now I'm finally going back to having a little time for myself and I missed writing this blog, so here I am.
About a month or so ago, Mr. Xalaila and I went to visit the ethno-botanical gardens in my hometown. It's a huge tract of land in what used to be a separate village. The house (and land) belonged to an indigenous woman back in the mid-1800s, who is known as "the beautiful Indian" because she captured the eye of emperor Maximilian of Hapsburg.
Now the place is divided into three parts: local offices for the National History and Anthropological Institute, a small herbalist museum, and the gardens themselves.
It's quiet, truly an oasis in the middle of the city. It's also free, but even if it weren't, I'd advise you take a break from your busy life and visit.
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