More pyramids! Took the bus to monte alban, the pyramids near Oaxaca City. Nice!
And more strolls through town, exploring the markets, streets and little cafes, and trying to celebrate st. Patricks day in the irish pub without guiness..
Oaxaca City for the rescue!!
Thank God! I was thinking already i was the only person in the whole world not liking Mexico. But i was simply in the wrong place. Huatulco or La Crucecita was simply a very low vibrational place with nothing going for it. Well, for me. It is a place if you want to be at the beach, and drink in the evenings. No healthy food place, the beaches were not that spectacular either, and i realized (finally) i am not much of a beach person anyway. Oh well. I studied a lot, i meditated and did energy healing on myself.
But i still had become increasingly depressed. I realize now there are simply places that are vibrationally low. Huatulco is such a place. India was supehigh vibrationally and resonated with me. Same with San Francisco!
Anyway. So i finally took the 8 hour bus to Oaxaca City, and I feel as if a heavy load has been taken off my body. I feel happy again and back in love with travel, and als in love with Mexico.
Oaxaca City is super nice! Beautiful town, not too big, not too small, lots of markets, food stuff, organoc markets, cultural life, nice people (unlike in Huatulco where thr boys from the fruit shop always called "perra!" when i passed by - which basically means bitch), and glorious weather, sunny but not too hot and -thank god - not humid and sticky. I was so tired of huatulco.
So i explored the town with a girl from the hostel, ate nice food, saw the churches and parks and just soaked up the good vibes.