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... that come up when someone says the word 'elephant,' or 'photograph,' or 'pencil.' It amazes me that everyone thinks about a different thing when they hear those words. Or how 98% of the planet thinks I'm crazy because I don't like eating straight chocolate, but I'm sensible because I like pizza like everyone else. The connections that we can form, our interests, talents, likes, dislikes, emotions, all made in one mass under our skull.
We were only here for one night, but it was enough. It was also a old quiet town, similar to Guanojuato and San Miguel de Allende. But I liked this city, it was more "air".
This city had amazing street food, mumma! :)
Let the pictures talk!
... examples of advanced intelligence around. The tour was delayed because of some stupid people who forgot it involved a 3 hour drive from Cancun and walked off the bus. The Chichen Itza site is weird as it's apparently owned by someone (not the state) and he allows thousands of vendors to ply their trade at the actual sight itself, so you're walking around and all your hear is jaguar noises (they have little devices that make you sound like jaguars) ...
... it was ****en cold! Although we did find somewhere there with really good coffee so that helped, after the cold it was another night bus for Nick to enjoy as we headed off for a bit of beach time in Huatulco, Mel and Nick's hotel made a right cock up of their reservation there but after it was sorted we had a couple of days on the beach. Included was tickets to the hotel beach club, I was allowed to enter but had to pay an entrance fee which could then be ...
... on the spot. Feeling much better today. So we go for a rather epic walk up through the city up to the Auditorio Guelaguetza. It's this pretty cool lookout over Oaxaca but it's also a kind of amphitheatre. It also has a stupid amount of steps to get up to the top, and the slope is quite slippery. We even saw one local fall over on the street. I tried not to laugh (she was fine, by the way). I do that kind of stuff all the time... We come back down into the city and ...