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Can not believe this is our last night in Oaxaca. Finally feel like we have just settled in, like we know our way around, yet we discover a new place each day. Today it was the ethno-botanic garden and the Oaxaca Cultural Center where Diego and I found grass to sit on and relax for the first time since we arrived. Of course on the other side of the wall was a huge and crazy highway and across the street a slammed Pemex station. I could not even tell what goes ...
... Oaxaca population. While much of the Spanish I learnt has since been forgotten, I have not forgotten one word. Chapulines (grasshoppers). A delicacy we got to try during our cooking class. After returning from our class to pick up our laundry, we sadly discovered the laundry closed early. And more annoyingly, opened late. Late enough for us ...
... tour! Sure enough at 9:45 the car arrived with a tour guide who spoke excellent English. There was a bit of confusion as to if she was taking me or not. She asked where I was supposed to go, but I didn't know! Once everything was cleared up she continuously apologized for the confusion. I kept telling her it was really not a problem, as I was the one with no clue! It was just me, her and the driver. We went to this old church that ...
... Some of us went up onto the roof to take in the scene. Others peeked through windows or over walls. We watched as the two hind legs emerged; then the body; and finally the head, with a fluid burst.
Drama hung in the air as we all waited for the mother to help her new baby rid itself of the afterbirth. Now that the baby was no longer inside its mother, could it suffocate inside of its own protective sac? It didn’t. Eventually, ...
Under the Sun, The Letters of Bruce Chatwin, selected and edited by Elizabeth Chatwin and Nicholas Shakespeare, 2010, Jonathan Cape
Bruce Chatwin (biography) by Nicholas Shakespeare, 1999.
In Patagonia, 1977
The Viceroy of Ouidah, 1980
The Songlines, 1987
What Am I Doing Here, 1989
I have recently read the first two listed, and re-read the others.
Salman Rushdie said Chatwin was one of the ...