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San Augustin Etla
San Agustín Etla is a town and municipality in Oaxaca in south-western Mexico. The municipality covers an area of 81.65 km˛. It is part of the Etla District in the Valles Centrales region. As of 2005, the municipality had a total population of 3243.
San Agustín Etla is the home of the Centro de las Artes San Agustín Etla, also known as CaSa. Pretty San Agustín sits on the Valle de Etla's eastern slopes, 18km northwest ...
Check out 12 so spent morning packing and checked out. Afternoon wandered into Oaxaca City, went in Santa Domingo church, then went to zocalo, saw cathedral, got some money out and insect repellent. Then had a tlayuda in zocalo square and a Drink - horchata o Aqua ...
... It was pretty late by the time we arrived but we'd made it in one piece & luckily with no signs of motion sickness. Yay!!!! After settling into our not so impressive hostel, we strolled into town and found the main zocolo square. Oaxaca was seriously quaint, with cobbled stone streets and gorgeous old colonial buildings everywhere. This was definitely my kind of place!!! We sat and enjoyed some late dinner, taking it all in. Mariachi bands strolled ...
... with 2 different fillings: cheese and minced chicken.
Now, we had been to a cooking class down here on a previous trip -- a foodie would have to be crazy to come to Oaxaca and not take advantage of this opportunity -- but that was in a more formal setting, in the well-known commercial cooking school Seasons ...
This one is a big one, so bear with me. The day was jam packed with events, as the tour guide brought 12 curious tourists to five extremely interesting and enjoyable locations. First on the list was Tule. The second oldest tree in the world, and one of the biggest! It was over 2,000 years old, and weighted in at 633,107 TONS! With a diameter of 58 metres. It was so big I had to stand 100 feet back to fit the entire thing in the frame of my camera. There, I met the other ...