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By then, we were running very late to get back to Oaxaca for our bus onto San Cristobal. We made it back to the hotel and had about ten minutes to change, repack our bags, and grab our stuff and make our way to the bus station.
All in all, I easily could have spent another few days here in Oaxaca. I love the town, the feeling here, and I missed a lot of the major sites including the ruins at Monte Alban. But, time's short, so onward and forward.
... are not that plentiful the rest of the year. In vogue at the moment seems be anything red, white and green (Mexican Independence Day on Monday and they are going mental for it). We also checked out Santa Domingo Church/ Monastery / Museum which is the usual blend of impressive/ garish / decadence that you expect of the Catholic Church in the colonies. We now sit at The Fawlty Towers pool but the water is far too cold to venture in but at least Ian gets his first "foot shot" ...
... Revolution, of which Rivera, a lifelong card-carrying Communist, was a fervent supporter. His most famous work is the National Palace museum but that was always crowded so difficult to appreciate his mastery. I'd read that if you went along to the Ministry of Education building, it contained hundreds of his murals that were commissioned by a forward thinking Secretary of State for Education back in the day, and you could get in for free too. So along I ...
At 7.00am this morning passengers from Australia and New Zealand assembled on deck 12 for a short ANZAC Day service. A young woman said the oath followed by a minutes silence then a lady from NZ lead us in their national anthem followed by the Australian national anthem. There are 239 Australian and 26 Kiwi's on board and I would say most of them turned out for the 99th Anniversary. Later in the morning we had a tour "Old ...
... 8217;s school. Much of our family’s anticipation had to do with planning what we would bring to school to help them celebrate. It is customary for the birthday kid to bring a cake and a piņata to school, the later containing party favors for the other kids to bring home. The teachers also asked Leah and me to give them details about Zola’s birth, as well as significant events that occurred in each year of Zola’s life, to be ...