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... going. It started with a guy in the street with a paper cow and bamboo structure on his shoulders full of fireworks that spin and launch in different directions. Shortly after one meter long rockets launched right in front of us into the air. Then the groups representing the different regions came through with colorful dancers, loud bands and people throwing their regional treats into the crowd and even sharing little bamboo shots of ...
... side for conversion ceremonies. Regardless of the original intent, the courtyards served as great venues for community marketplaces.
The Dominicans arrived in 1529 and quickly erected a series of churches. Just as quickly, severe earthquakes brought them down. Over time they learned to build churches with thick walls and massive buttresses. The style is called Oaxacan Baroque or Earthquake Baroque because of the ...
... of Oaxaca and 2000m above sealevel, the site offers some incredible views down on the valleys bellow which are very green thanks to the early rainy season. Monte Alban was one of the first major cities in Mesoamerica, goes back at least 2500 years.
We now faced an 11 hours overnight bus journey through the mountains, ...
... each other to laughing until the sprite and beer is coming out of our noses we are truly relishing every moment.
We live in a little apartment on the south side of town, not the barrio but after visiting some other neighborhoods we do not live in the nice part of town. But everyone is so nice even though we are the only white people in the neighborhood. Occasionally we see others coming and going from the artesian market on this side of ...
... with a pit stop and a taste of tamale. Made from maize with filling of chicken, tomato sauce and wrapped in a banana leaf it only cost 13 pesos / NZ$ 1.20 / US$1.
The countryside was mainly arid with some corn, flowers and vegetables being grown. Vast areas of ...