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... co-incidence?? And to add to the mystery of this site, we've all heard of the accuracy with which the Egyptians and Aztecs built their pyramids - huge stone blocks milled to mm perfect accuracy with only stone tools. Well, at Mitla, add in this - mm perfect external joints but behind them they splay out to be filled with clay so as to absorb the impact of earthquakes. In the whole of Mitla there ...
... got lost for a bit. Alleys of shoes, streets of used clothes areas of live animals, produce, meat, you name it this market had it all. And the crazy thing is that all the people with live turkeys are in one place, all the shoes in another, guess it keeps it easy, but makes for some weird competition. The same is true of stores in the city, you can find lots of the same things for sale in the same location. It was a fun market ot be ...
We're all settled in now to our home in Oaxaca (after dealing with water and plumbing problems as boring to recount as they were annoying to go through) and have discovered that our daily activities do not lend themselves to the kind of blogging we're used to.
So there's not much to blog about. Instead, I propose to post some photo essays on topics that interest us here. This one focuses on the street art of Oaxaca, ...
... ceremony and left us feeling like valued members of our school community. Following the program, we got to partake in good food and drink, watch the kids go after a piņata, and socialize with other parents. And, yes, in the spirit of a true school holiday program, there was a fundraising element. The cool thing was that the things for sale that evening were really neat, all hand made by the kids and other members of the school ...
... here. Although it is more expensive than some other markets, it’s hard to beat the convenience of strolling to the center square and returning home with my knapsack and cloth bag filled with fresh produce. While a person can still spend pretty pennies on some items in Mexico, such as clothing (basic Levi’s jeans sell for US$70), produce is generally inexpensive. Mangos are out of season right now, so we’ll ...