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Travel Blogs from San Felipe del Agua
... waterfall and a ruin site called Mitla. Took the Spanish explanation option at Mitla and understood everything! was very pleased with myself. The carvings looked more greek than Mexican to be honest.
also randonly went to a free opera event at cocerthall. how cultural!
then spent 3 days hiking from village to village in the pueblos around Oaxaca. ...
... itself energizing. Although I had embraced the hike as a relaxed scouting mission, my juices were flowing and I was eager to keep going up, up, up. Another friend of ours in Oaxaca had asked me to carry his GPS unit on the hike. It showed that we had reached 14,000 feet at 6:10am and 15,000 feet at 9:00am. It was there that Oliver shared with me that he was struggling. He had erred on the heavy side when he packed food, ...
... Running off of a cruise ship and running around for 7 hours is not seeing a city and it sure as **** isn't seeing a country. And if you're not even able to eat an authentic dinner there then you've seen even less. This will be my 4th trip to Mexico, but it will be the first time I actually see the country. I'll stay 2 weeks and still I will barely scratch the surface of what is here to see. So ...
... br> Bazaar Sabado - San Angel
My host's place in Mixcoac is handy. I flagged along Reforma Avenue a green minibus. "Va a Bazaar Sabado", I told the driver, and sat next to him, just so he'll remember to stop. It's like riding the jeepney in Phils, drivers can stop anytime, anywhere whenever they're flagged by passengers.
Where I alighted there was a big billboard that says centro cultural San Angel. Easy to know I'm in the ...
... really are daily life for most people entering the market so I guess, at times, we end up being the curiosity and getting the looks of interest just as much :-) Next came the church that shows how Mexico City is sinking; the Templo de Nuestra Seņora de Loreto Church is completely lopsided and inside is even worse! Our final stop for the day was on the opposite side of the square from the sinking church, the first Sephardi Synagogue built in Mexico City by Syrian Jews in ...
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