Monthly Archives: February 2010

Oaxaca FotoSafari

Oaxaca City — Parque Juárez, also known as El Llano, is one of the largest city parks and one of the most noteworthy urban spaces in Mexico. Join us for a free FotoSafari Sunday, March 14 at 8:30am. We’ll look … Continue reading

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Update: Indigenous Tourism and Biodiversity Website Award

This weekend I was counting the votes for the 2010 Indigenous Tourism and Biodiversity Website Award. Participating were some 14 applicants from 10 countries (Australia, Bolivia, Canada, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Mexico, Micronesia, New Zealand, Pakistan and Sweden). Next on the 2do … Continue reading

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Oaxaca, Mexico – Teotitlán del Valle Signage extolling recycling separa la basura nada te cuesta (separating the trash doesn’t cost you much)

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Maori Tourism

About ten days ago I was listening to a radio segment ‘NZ tour operator in strife for hiring pretend Maori performers’ and was blown away by the idea that a Maori performance could be enacted by foreign backpackers pretending to … Continue reading

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Oaxaca – Mixe (Ayuuk) friends are hosting a series of events in February 2010 to feature their indigenous culture. Events take place in various locations including Plaza San José and the Saturday Pochimilco Market. The celebration peaks with a special … Continue reading

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