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... along to the music. The zocalo is also very festive. There is a stage set up with more clowns entertaining the crowds as well as musicians. The rains don't even deter the crowds today. Everyone is still out and about.
We eat a light dinner and head back to the hostel to chill out.
Day 4: we are picked up at the hostel by our tour guide Eric from Tierraventura at 8.20am. We pick up a lovely Aussie couple from Melbourne - Drew and Ingrid and we head out ...
... 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 ...
... a good idea to head down to Acapulco. HELL NO!!! Not another traveller in sight! I was the one and only person in the whole of my hotel as apparently in Acapulco, hostels don't exist. So after spending a day on the beach and still meeting no-one, i made the decision to fly to Cancun where i was guaranteed to meet people. How right was I!!!!
So I arrived late and went straight to my hostel! The hostel was awesome and had sucgh a great ...
... heritage of the Zapotecas and the Mixtecas. I'm still trying to figure out if I was leaving the Aztec empire and entering into Maya country. I'll look into that and get back with you later. Anyways, I do know their history goes farther back then the Aztecs and Mayans. The traditions in this part of Mexico are well preserved by a proud people that continually celebrate heritage.
I happened to arrive ...
... the way down to the main plaza's and the two markets. The one market is full of anything you can think of; jewellery, clothes, hats, leather belts and saddles, piņata's, mole, mezcal, bread, electronics, ceramics, cloths, hammocks, wooden ...