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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 …
... whilst we happily puffed behind. After taking us to a rock at the top of a mountain which Daisy just about managed to squeeze back through. We chuckled together over the fact that Daisy was so fat (aka Gordita) and so began our female bonding experience. We started chatting about her family and it turns out she has 5 children. We explained we were childless, to which she asked Daisy (being the over the hill 1), "are you married?" Daisy ...
... and floats. People set off firecrackers everywhere, making us jump every time one exploded.
The Zocalo (main square) was completely transformed from earlier in the day. Gone were the tents and political protesters, and instead, there were lights strung up everywhere and a crush of people dancing and playing music and holding lights. In front of the Cathedral, we watched Oaxaca traditional dancing, with women in brightly coloured costumes spinning around next to kids ...
... to racquetball) with a ball that could be up to 4kg. It used to be part of their rituals and would be a life or death game! Ruined out by then, we headed to the Hieve El Agua (Spanish for water boils and also known as petrified waterfalls) is a natural set of rock formations formed by fresh water springs with an excess of calcium carbonate. Next to it was an infinity with a beautiful view of the ...
... to end it all nicely we took a tour of a Mezcal factory to enjoy free tasting. It is clear now that Tequila has nothing on Mezcal. We could have stayed longer in Oaxaca with its art filled streets, intense markets, mole and chocolate everywhere but we decided to move on to San Christobal. We planned to volunteer at an orphanage in Oaxaca but we quickly found out we were not really needed. They ...