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... blossoms of flor de mayo (Plumeria rubra); tiny vermilion wild hibiscus; native bell-flowered dahlia, thick with palm-size white blossoms tinged with a purple core. Although extensive databases are kept on the collection, there is no public master list of the more than 1,000 varieties. Bio-pirates have raided the garden, stealing rare cacti and cutting samples for cell tissue propagation. Now visitors are only allowed in on guided tours. ...
... of San Pablo, located just across the street (now functioning as a cultural center), as part of its mandate to save the city's historical center and create new cultural spaces. The restoration project began in 2007 and the museum was inaugurated in 2008.
After three nights of bliss in a little piece of paradise we decided it was time to leave the sand and surf behind us and head to Oaxaca. Countless people had told us the bus ride from Puerto Escondido & Oaxaca was terribly windy and that many people get ill on the tretuous trip. I was apprehensive to say the least. There were two options to get there. The super fast crazy mini vans which take 7 hours or the slow first class bus which takes an arduous 15 ...
... and had slogans painted around town like one I photographed -- "The teacher while fighting, is also teaching".
The highway from Puebla to Oaxaca is varied and beautiful, winding down the valleys and over the ridges of the Sierra Madre (the Mother mountain range). Daniel remarked on how the high dry plateaus reminded him of central Spain. No wonder the Spaniards came to stay. ...
... down the wall. He was banged up in a few places, but the worst pain was coming from just above his right wrist. The pain was manageable, so we decided to wait until the next morning to assess the injury and decide what to do. After he was asleep for the night, Leah contacted our friends in Oaxaca and got some referrals. Micah woke up early and said the pain was still there, so at 8:30 a.m., Leah called the office of a ...