Photographer's Note

I am not sure why, but this picture sums up the vision of Oaxaca (not the Zocalo, but few blocks away from there) for me. Maybe it's the influence of "Labyrinth of Solitude" by Octavio Paz that I read just before my trip and the Andre Breton quote (below) that was pointed out to me by a friend when I was trying to conjure up a general vison of Mexico.

Theme: Four days back in Mexico

"Mexico is naturally surreal"
--- Andre Breton

Well, I could not resist the force. So, over the Memorial day long weekend a friend of mine and I took another trip to Mexico. I only had 5 days and wanted to spend time in both Mexico city and Oaxaca. Arrived in Mexico City on Thursday afternoon (May 24th). Walked around the city that afternoon and the whole Friday. Took the midnight bus to Oaxaca. It's a fabulous option as you sleep and commute at the same time without wasting any time. Reached Oaxaca at 7 am Saturday. Spent the whole Saturday and Sunday in Oaxaca and the neighbouring villages, and took the midnight bus back to Mexico City on Sunday.Back in Mexico City on Monday morning 7 am. Took anothee bus to Puebla for the day and back to Mexico City that night. We were exhausted, but the Pueblano mole is definitely worth the trip. Back in the US on Tuesday (May 30th).

I wonder whether there are cheap tickets to Mexico during the upcoming 4th of July weekend.

nbj, AnimeshRay, designsoul, michiels, syd1946 oznaczył to zdjęcie jeko użyteczne

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