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Travel Blogs from Oaxaca
... that there were 365 days in the calendar by their phenomenal attention to the sun. They calculated the number of days between the summer solstices was 55 and then 260 days for the long pass. The solar rotations, the stars and their special location between the tropics was key to this discovery.
Monte Alban also has a magnificent ball court. The ball court was based on ritual for the Mayans, Aztecs, Toltecs and the Zapotecs and it's significance and use varied. ...
... lane sometimes has an arrow that allows them to turn left or vice versa, seemingly one of the few signals they follow if the lights are working!
Anyway we got out of town in one piece car and all and then head to Teotilan de Valle. This is a village where basically all the people weave the most amazing rugs from wool using all natural dyes. We wound our way through the dirt streets checking out the little village that had rugs ...
Around the Grand Plaza was the ball court, numerous tombs, ceremonial altars, tunnels, pyramids and palaces, many decorated by glyphs, paintings and intricate ...
10 small or 5 medium chiles of any of the following types:
(dried) chile pasilla Oaxaqueña
(fresh) chile de agua (possibly similar to Hungarian wax pepper)
(fresh) chile poblano
1 branches of epazote, about 20 leaves
3 - 4 eggs
½ c. vegetable ...
... and stopped at a hot dog stand on the way back to the hostel. Yes I know it sounds repetitive but we had to reach the point of satisfaction; we succeeded. Relaxing at the hostel as the rest of Mexico celebrated didn't feel right, I could hear people partying in the street. We went back out and enjoyed a mini concert literally 20 seconds away, with free food and drinks for everyone! It was a lot of fun. Everyone was dancing and singing and the kids ...