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... support from the state and federal government, including Conculta (National Council for Culture and the Arts) and CENART (National Center for the Arts).
Located in the renovated Vista Hermosa textile mill, CASA is an educational center and workshop which aspires toward 'eco-friendly' technologies.
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Took tour bus 200 pesos. Nice guy Dave from nz travelling similar time as me may bump into him again, also Stefan from Germany, gabi from Quebec and Roberto from Mexico Started in Tule - massive tree Arbol del tule - 14 metres wide, 58metres circumference, height 42 metres - basically a very fat tree! Tried drivers oblai - very nice sweet egg and corn base - big thin round crispy thing Then went to see how make rugs, very clever at Teotitlan del Valle ...
... ourselves excited as our gorgeous dear friend Stephie who lives in Abu Dubai had decided to come to Cuba with us!! So the time had come to get our tickets sorted. Like every under developed country, they always come with some frustrations and challenges. We walked all around Oaxaca to several travel agents only to get there and find they no longer exist or had moved. Finally a lovely local tour booking lady helped us by recommending a friend of hers. We ...
... sauce) and Elly prepared the appetizer (chicken taquitos) -- we got to share in a great feast, in which all of the many courses we prepared were served. (Some photos of our day at Seasons of My Heart are included at the end of this entry.)
But our experience this time was very different. Instead ...
... else in Mexico, there are 16 groups each with their own dialects. The largest, was the Zapotec people. Now spread throughout the state, they were once 40,000 strong when they controlled Monte Alban. Also, Teotitlàn is where I was originally supposed to do volunteer work while in Oaxaca, before I changed my plans. In Teotitlàn we were treated to a workshop that explained the entire process. Not only was it a lengthy and difficult one, but very interesting. They ...