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Oaxaca to San Augustinillo - 23 Nov 2014

We had our taxi arriving to Casa del Barrio at 5:30 (yes, a.m.) in order to fly to Puerto Escondido.

Vivi was already worried about flying on a 9 seater to Puerto Escondido, but when she saw the small aircraft, I heard her muttering “I wish I had a pill to swallow ….” It’s true!!! 296 more words


Arquetopia's Fifth Anniversary Honors Five Outstanding Past Artists-in-Residence!

Arquetopia is turning five years old! We are pleased to announce that our Staff and Board of Directors are reviewing all of our Artists-in-Residence from over the past five years. 47 more words


Dancing With the Dead in Oaxaca City, Mexico

“You know, on dia de los muertos, we really believe the dead are sitting here with us.” Judith, a Oaxaca City native and cousin of Jon’s co-worker, told us over drinks in the hip, downtown restaurant of  906 more words

As A Traveler

En Via 21 Nov 2014

En Via is an organization developed for the assistance of women in the Oaxaca area. Most of them have the skills, the work ethic and the desire to assist their families, and in Mexico your community is part of that. 755 more words


Clown coincidence

Remember yesterday’s Thought for the day clowns?  Yikes, I just discovered I’d photographed them two weeks ago outside Estadio Eduardo Vasconcelos (baseball stadium) on my way home from the Lluvia de Estrellas charity home run derby and softball game.  43 more words



‘Wszyscy jesteśmy Ayotzinapa. Tak nas przedstaw, w tych dniach nikt nie może nazywać się inaczej.’

Ayotzinapa to szkoła, do której chodzili porwani studenci, normaliści. A normales to rodzaj szkoły, która uczy przyszłych wiejskich nauczycieli. 403 more words


Thought for the day

Yesterday morning, I opened the front gate and this is the first sight I saw…

“Life is a comedy to those who think and a tragedy for those who feel.” ― Horace Walpole