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Monte Alban, such great heights

About a 30 minute colectivo ride from Oaxaca City (so very close by excursion standards) sit the ruins of Monte Alban.

This was one we’d had penciled in our ‘To Do’ list from before the trip was underway, so with some expectation, also comes the danger that the place may in fact disappoint… 536 more words

Mexico

Our Monthly Wrap #3: 27 August 2014 – 26 September 2014

Another month, another whirlwind 30 days and incredibly, we still find ourselves in Mexico (that’s 84 days in this vast country and still counting)!

Countries Visited: 726 more words

Mexico

11,069 KM: Monte Alban, Oaxaca

MacKay navigated me up a winding side road outside of town up, up, up into the neighboring mountainside. With the added 200 pounds of Hunter meat our clearance dropped to nada and we started bottoming out on the topes (Yes, there were still fucking topes. 1,613 more words

Touristy

Monte Albán (Day 5)

9/18

We hiked all the way up to Monte Albán at 6400ft! Just kidding. We were dropped off about two miles away from the main excavation site, and we hiked for about thirty minutes to get to the museum. 269 more words

Oaxaca

Day 14: 200 SM Sudah Meratakan Gunung

Banyak orang yang merasa heran dengan bagaimana ribuan tahun yang lalu orang sudah mampu membangun Piramid yang agung di Mesir, menyusun bebatuan raksasa di Stoneghenge Inggris, memahat patung raksasa di Pulau Paskah Chile, Mengukir di bebatuan dengan indah di Petra Jordania. 203 more words

México

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Welcome to our blog in which  we present our research on the Earth’s ancient past. Our work demonstrates that non human  intelligent life has existed on our world for at least 100 million years. 1,065 more words

Ancient Civilizations

Oaxaca

We had just over three weeks to spend in Mexico. We had been tempted to fly over to Baja California in the west since we had heard the diving was good, but since there was also a lot we wanted to see in the centre and the east, we decided against stretching ourselves too thinly and would save a trip to the west for another time (this turned out to be a lucky move since the west experienced a pretty severe hurricane at a time we could have been there). 630 more words

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