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Travel Blogs from Oaxaca
... peoples and cultures. The most numerous and best known are the Zapotecs and the Mixtecs, but there are sixteen that are officially recognized. These cultures have survived better than most others in Mexico due to the ...
... the stuffed chile in the flour!
... the bustle. A news reporter approached me and requested to ask us a few questions. We agreed and he proceeded to ask us about our stay in Oaxaca and our plans for the night! It wasn't CTV or NBC so you'll probably never see the video. We walked around in hopes of finding a place to eat, but everywhere near the celebrations was absolutely packed! We stopped to look at a few artisan stands of necklaces and sculptures. The people of Oaxaca are really talented when ...
... a half hours of free time. Cool! When I got home, Leah was hard at work. I told her about our window of opportunity and suggested we go on a date to visit the archaeological ruins at Atzompa. She was game. With hats, sunscreen, and water in hand, we hopped into our car and drove about forty minutes to the recently-opened Atzompa archaeological zone, a kind of archeological suburb of nearby Monte Alban.
In addition to a ...
... to swim in, a pack of dogs to play with, two horses, and a four very talkative burros. After the city, the quiet of the country lifted a weight off our shoulders. In the mornings we walked (or ran) through the trails winding around the forested foothills. And for the rest of the day we soaked up the clean air and warm sun. We visited the centro cultural and a paper factory in a nearby town but other than that stayed at home. We were in paradise.
- Continental Breakfast
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