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... 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
... up in the air and they were off. Honest to goodness dancing in the streets. Costumes were incredible, all dressed to match the their traditional garb. Along the parade route masses of people overcrowded the streets and made it uncomfortable to enjoy the show. I spent more time checking for my wallet then I did viewing the dancers. Anyways, I was impressed.
After saying good-bye at the hotel, I returned to ...
... of the streets that enclose the center, oaxaca looks like what i imagine more of mexico looks like. It is no where near as clean, ordered or neat and tourists rarely venture to these areas, despite the fact that they are very interesting, and to me, seem to have more of a "feeling" or "sense" of mexican culture. I just hope my photos can do it justice. I will write about the school and my family a bit more tomorrow and finish my first ...
... high, not because she's fast but because there were few masters women participating (Leah's words, not mine). She commented that Mexican masters women definitely didn't benefit from Title IX. I hope I’ll get to write about Leah’s first Oaxaca race in the not-too-distant future. We’ll keep running around, looking for banners.
--- I’ll write a more general entry about our experience running in Oaxaca in a blog to ...
... had been completely overrun by wild brush. The only remnants of the site were two stone walls covered by moss and trees. We spent a bit of time there, and then it was time to hike down. It was getting dark, and looked like it might rain soon.
Going downhill was the scariest part, for me anyway. It was straight down. And wet. And mossy. And buggy. And terrifying.
Fortunately most people in the group took care of each other. Our ...