Hospederia La Reja
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... co-incidence?? And to add to the mystery of this site, we've all heard of the accuracy with which the Egyptians and Aztecs built their pyramids - huge stone blocks milled to mm perfect accuracy with only stone tools. Well, at Mitla, add in this - mm perfect external joints but behind them they splay out to be filled with clay so as to absorb the impact of earthquakes. In the whole of Mitla there ...
... were placed at each entrance along with what seemed like a dozen police at each site. Once in the Zocalo, we saw 100 yard long tables lining three sides of the perimeter of the Zocalo which were the display areas for hundreds of competitors in three main areas - Radishes, El Maiz and the Flor immortel. Late for school we just glanced at the beginnings of displays and ...
... the drawings that are placed on walls by volunteer artists and the tapestries that are hung for public display. They're almost always colorful and eye-catching, at the very least.
Well, Elly thinks that our Water Saga may amuse you, so I'll leave it to her to tell the tale. Then on to the photo essay.
The Water Saga
For those of you who are not interested in the intricate details of living in ...
... and civilians coordinated with one another to avoid huge flooded areas and avoided collisions with each other as well. Before my stop, we dropped off one guy, and while the door was open, you could see everyone starring at me. At least 20 Mexicans just starring at me (El gringo rojo). It was sort of unsettling and odd, yet I had no problem with it. It sure made me realize was it was like to completely stand out. My stop was up, and the ...
So today we're in Oaxaca, which confusingly is said "Wahaca", we keep saying Osaka haha.
We grabbed an overnight bus from Mexico City at about midnight and got into Oaxaca before sunrise. Getting on the actual bus was the biggest drama - there are constant buses streaming out and we kept trying to get on the wrong ones, I think the staff were getting really fed up with the arrogant English-speaking tourists hah. Overall I think the overnight bus thing is a good ...