Meson Del Rey Hotel S.a. De C.v.
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With Bec and I suffering with the flu today was a light day itinery wise. We headed the ethnobotanical garden for a tour (english tours on tues, thur and sat only). The site had an interesting history in itself being occupied by the Mexican army, turned into a dump and almost sold to an international buyer along with the Santo Domingo Church next door. ...
... emergence of large estates as Yagul, Mitla, Lambitieco and Zaachila.
The exhibitions cover
- Millenary cultures
- Flourishing times
- Treasures of the tomb 7
- States, fall of Monte Alban, social classes, etc.
- Contact and conquest
- The new faith, rewriting the past
- Indigenous response
- Material and spirit
- A new nation emerges, the independence movement
- Order and progress
- Modern Mexico
... to enjoy more energy from the Guelagetza Celebration. Each group of dancers, that was so nicely arranged for the parade, was now cornered up around the plaza performing non-stop for anyone that would watch. I'd say it was a packed house but, we were outside. So I can only say it was a packed city, there was no room to move around freely unless, you are as agile as I and were able to leap up onto a tree planter ...
... little local van (recommended by hostel staff) to the coast. That story is still to come...!
With a day to kill and our constant desire to eat urging us on we went back to the markets to grab some food. On the way Megan found a hairdresser that charged next to nothing and she got her hair cut off completely on impulse (I think it looks awesome) but she was somewhat upset with herself. But soon came around and I think ...
... race ...” A plastic manequin on the stage modeled the shirt, hat, and medal. Race number finally in hand, we headed home.
Before hitting the sack, I laid out my things for the morning. In the States, I have a handful of singlets, shorts, and shoes to choose from. Here, I have one singlet and one pair of race shorts, so there was no decision to be made. I brought three pairs of running shoes to Oaxaca – trainers, trail shoes, ...