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... whilst we happily puffed behind. After taking us to a rock at the top of a mountain which Daisy just about managed to squeeze back through. We chuckled together over the fact that Daisy was so fat (aka Gordita) and so began our female bonding experience. We started chatting about her family and it turns out she has 5 children. We explained we were childless, to which she asked Daisy (being the over the hill 1), "are you married?" Daisy ...
... Carolina and I, as the mostly vegetarians on the tour, were thrilled. So was everyone else when they tasted the giant cocktails and delicious food. We all ate 'til we were stuffed.
We headed back through the cobblestoned streets, stopping off for some bu˝uelos on the way back. Bu˝uelos are thin fried corn crackers, served drizzled with honey. It's traditional after eating them to break the plate by throwing it against a wall, and to make a wish in the process. ...
... a nice stroll around Oaxaca (more cathedrals and museums) and had a typical Oaxacan ice cream - it was hot hot hot! Late lunch at 4pm and then back at the hotel to get ready for our first overnight bus to San Cristobal de Las Casas (11hr bus journey). Dimi and I managed to get the 2 front seats on the bus hooray! Socks, sweater, rain jacket, iPod and scarf but no sleeping pill.... Ready, vamos!!! V and mini V (let's get this show on the ...
... or five steps, in some cases.
Our final example (seen in the two photos below) presents several problems. The sidewalk gets impossibly narrow, there's a utility pole, and there's a car parked alongside. Note the pedestrian considering the possibility of traversing it. (She quickly backed off!)
... or Día de los Difuntos ("Day of the Dead"). People go to cemeteries to be with the souls of the departed and build private altars containing the favorite foods and beverages, as well as photos and memorabilia, of the departed. The intent is to encourage visits by the souls, so the souls will hear the prayers and the comments of the living directed to them. Celebrations can take a humorous tone, as celebrants remember funny events and anecdotes about the departed. ...