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... had invented a way to create stunning works of black ceramics with a secret technique, famous throughout the region, that her descendants were still practicing, without modern devices such as a pottery wheel! It was impressive, but we were rather exhausted by this point in a long day and glad to head back into town.
We just adored Oaxaca, stunning, relaxed, curious and quirky place. If you're going to Mexico, forget the cliches and go there instead!
... how to brightly color those sculptures - called Alejibres.
Cuilapam de Guerrero
Cuilapan de Guerrero is a town and municipality located in the central valley region of Oaxaca in southern Mexico. It is 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) to the south of the capital city of Oaxaca on the ...
... practised in not making eye contact! A Marimba band had set up in the Zocalo and was playing both traditional and big band tunes and attracted a sizeable crowd. Oaxaca is a beautiful city - lots of lovely buildings with big doors that open up to the footpath to give you glimpses of the courtyards within. The cobbled streets echo those found in Europe. Dylan's comments for Day 2 - We ate deep-fried grass hopper today. It was spicy and tasted pretty ...
... to coffee shops and rinsed free wifi – actually being productive and getting on with my TEFL course though. After that, I splashed the cash a little bit and got some AMAZING Chicken in Chocolate Mole Sauce… See, despite all my moaning, it’s really not that hard to keep me happy – Less straw hats, more blow your head off coffee and food covered in chocolate.
Bobs yer Uncle.
Speaking of which, I’m also to be an Uncle fairly soon :) My ...
... is a misnomer, for the holiday goes on for at least three days. On October 31, a family will build an altar, either at home or at a grave site in a cemetery, and fill the altar with flowers, fruit, bread, tins filled with sugar, and decorative tissues or paper. There will also be figures of patron saints, candles and pictures of the deceased at the center of the altar.
But that's just the beginning. Next, the altar is laden with food for the "guests," i.e., ...