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Our adventure in Mesoamerica begins in the southern Mexican state of Oaxaca. We arrived following a full day of travel and a close call with our connecting flight that had us running for the gate in Houston. After clearing customs with Louise, our friend and travel partner who brought four suitcases to …
... waterfall. It was a mission to get there, 2 hours in total including a taxi and a collectivo. The scenery was spectacular and quite quiet as we got there before all the tours :-) only one of the pools was full of water due to it being dry season. We swam in the pool which was a tad cold but worth it for the amazing views you got. However, being in the mountains, it was colder so once out the water we wandered around for a bit, grabbed some lunch ...
... that I'd seen so far were pretty small and low-key. Here in Oaxaca it's the real thing. Rows and rows and stalls and stalls of foods and handicrafts and clothing and spices and fried grasshoppers and ceramics and woven blankets and ponchos and jewelry and leatherworks and... and... and... well, you get the idea. We bought a few things here and there -- some Santa hats for tonight, some gifts for our tour gift exchange -- but I think when it came to any serious shopping, we ...
... for the whole day. Small world situation again, they too know someone from Goodman.
We reach Llano Grande after 1.5 hours on the road. The first hour is ok but the second hour winds its way up the mountain. The road up to the Sierre Norte is subject to landslides or mudslides depending on how bad the rainy season is. We pass the remnants of a very bad mudslide back in 2010 where Eric described the flow of mud as lava flowing from a volcano.
The tour ...
... are dances and more and more. They could not have arrived at that Cathedral any time before two at the earliest. From what the old ladies told me 'muy noche' I am guessing there was a party all night. I thought about dragging my white ass out of bed but could not do it. But I am told there is more to come basically each night till Christmas. In fact I am listening to fireworks as I write this, but that has already become ...