Hostal Las Cupulas
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Wow, we got really lucky and had a spot up front to watch the eight regions of the state of Oaxaca in an awesome street parade that started at 6pm. This is one of the big events at the beginning of the Guelaguetza, which is a show of music, dancing and culture and happens on each Saturday before the Lunes del Cerro performance at the big auditorium on a hill. Anyway we were in front of the beautiful Santo Domingo church plaza and fireworks ...
... styles can be seen in the columns that adorn the facades. Some facades have a mixture of styles—Etruscan, Doric, Ionic, Corinthian and Solomonic (spiral). And sometimes, a single column will incorporate several of these styles!
The missionaries (primarily Dominican and clearly optimists) expected to convert masses of natives so they always included large courtyards in front of the churches with open chapels ...
... has a very smokey flavour and is softer on the pallet. After a few Mezcals we are ready for some local food (Oaxaqueños are also proud of their regional cuisine) and then bed!
The following day we make our way up to the surrounding mountains to visit the ancient Zapotec site of Monte Alban. Elevated above ...
This entry is more just about the sights and sounds of being in Oaxaca as a family. We have been having a great time. Though our kids really miss their friends and go back and forth from making breakthroughs in Spanish to being totally at a loss with the language, but they are hanging tough. As we see teendom rearing its ugly head we are more and more thankful to be having this amazing experience together as a family. In a seesaw of being ...
... for a quick walk around Puebla plus took the opportunity to get some more money out of the bank. In hindsight should have gone to a money changer to get a slightly better rate.
Then all aboard the van to start the 4 hour drive to Oaxaca (pronounced wa-ha-ka) which ...