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... attention to the Labour leadership elections and Jeremy Corbyn.
On Tuesday we went out to see the ruins at Mitla. It was a bit of a mission to get to the southern bus terminal where the bus departed from and once we had found the right bus it then took over an hour to get out of town through all the traffic. Eventually we got to Mitla and made our way up to the ruins which of course were the other side of town up a hill haha. The ruins were quite pretty ...
... interacted with resident Zapotecs to create these patterns, one of which resembles the Greek key. Although they were developed independently from the Greeks, the Spanish called the patterns greca. The Zapotecs built the walls with no mortar. The resulting ‘flexibility’ allows the structures to survive earthquakes, whereas the rigidly mortared walls of the Spanish collapsed. Yagul, a third ...
... single crack in the stonework. Hmmmmmm.
So after 3 busy days it was a sad farewell to Oaxaca and to Bernardo, the very charming manager of the Casa de Sierra Azul hotel. Hope he makes it to Australia some time.
Next stop party central Cancun for a day and then the drive around the peninsula begins. We'll post again from Chetumal or Belize.
Love to all!
Denise & ...
... only people in the water! We went for a hike to see it from different areas and to check out other springs, reminded me of yellowstone but on the side of a cliff. We got there pretty early so there was not much of a crowd. The crazy dirt road up and over the mountain almost broke our little chevy but it was a well worth it.
On the way home we stopped in at one of the larger Valle markets in Tlacaloula. It was really a crazy big market. ...
... up the drive. He pulled to a stop and opened his door. "Hola ... Beunos tardes," he said. The Brazilian girl came out of the house to see what was going on. "Ahh ... This is Hugo," she told us. He spoke to us for a while and suggested that the ranch was not set up for visitors. He invited us back to stay at his house and offered to to take us back to town if we would prefer it. After seeing the dusty dirty room and single mattress at the ranch we quickly agreed. I lay down Dot, ...