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... Unhappy in Tehuacan" describes her tips that she learned from experience volunteering in the Peace Corps. I read it at least once a week, and every time I seem to find something new within the words to think about. I've practically memorized it by now. One 'hint for happiness' states "Since I never knew what would happen tomorrow, I decided to stay." I think I'll stay too; I haven't seen enough, done enough, yet.
In another sense, ...
... Really quite good, actually.
Zapotec ruins and cacti
Next, we went to Mitla, home of some of the most important archeological ruins from the Zapotec period. The remains of the temples and houses have intricate geometric patterns, and were built with hand-cut stones so perfectly carved that they didn't use any mortar to hold them together.
The ruins were located behind the town's main church -- which, itself, was built on top of ruins. ...
... Unlike all the other schools I looked at, they didn't charge any registration fee and the owner picked everyone up in the morning to take to the school. Classes had a maximum of three students but on four days, it was just me and my maestro Estaban. I think he was glad to see the back of me as I've come to the conclusion that as I've gotten older, my brain has got slower! I can almost get by with the basics of life ...
... walking around town again taking pics. Its so nice to be able to explore. We forgot the map and so wandered up and down the cobbled streets in a random manner. There is a little rain after lunch but nothing like yesterday so we were able to enjoy a lot of Oaxaca.
In the afternoon we go to the supermarket to get snacks and necessities and explore the northern end of town. Lots of churches. Parks packed with locals hanging out, making out and eating from the local ...
... walls inside the temples and residences that were hard to make out because they were off limits, but it probably depicted a lot about the history of the Oaxaca Valley and this site. Although this site was not 100% original, I think it was a great place to see and is definitely something that I can't see in Mexico very often.
The town of Oaxaca is your typical Mexico town. It is a great place to get away and relax. ...