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... plants, some started from seed, are kept locked in a greenhouse.
De Ávila came to Oaxaca as a child with his father in the late 1960s and has strong memories of the monastery. “When Francisco said that the soldiers would be leaving, we all saw the great opportunity,” he says. “It was the chance for proposing a dream.”
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... size: 12px; line-height: normal; text-align: justify;">The museum's main purpose is to study, preserve and promote the textiles of Mexico and the world. Besides exhibit rooms, it also contains a conservation workshop, textile storehouse, education center and library. After touring the museum you might want to visit the villages surrounding Oaxaca city where textiles are produced and can be purchased directly from the artisans who made them.
... We decided we couldn't bare the thought of 15 hours on a bus so we opted for the crazy mini van. Eeeeek!!! The roads were exactly as described, an relentless never ending journey through the mountains which left you literally out of your seat at times. We drove for hours through rain, fog so thick we could hardly see the road and sunshine, darting through tiny villages to finally land in Oaxaca, a town we had heard so much about. I was so excited to get out ...
Not long after our arrival in Oaxaca, we learned that our housekeeper, Fernanda, is also an excellent cook, and it didn't take long for Elly to arrange a cooking lesson with her. So one recent Saturday morning, Fernanda arrived with all the fixings we would need to prepare one of our favorite dishes, chiles ...
... The town has this beautiful, old look to it and is very picturesque. Another plus is that it is more geared towards tourists (nice restaurants etc.) without being in-your-face about it. There's very little pressure to buy trinkets or eat at certain restaurants. We were starving, so we found a little family run restaurant and had our first tlayuda (recommended by the hostel). Unfortunately this was a bit of a miss, so we kept moving and headed to the markets to ...