While You Are There: The beauty of Oaxaca city is well known and one could easily spend weeks here and not get bored. It’s a very touristy city, but that’s not always a bad thing. The people watching, architecture, art galleries, and restaurants are worth the trip. Outside Oaxaca, there are plenty of day trips, including one to El Tule to see the widest and one of the oldest trees in the world. Also, the ruins at Monte Alban and Mitla are nearby and are a nice alternative to the more crowded ruins in Mexico. And if you are looking to buy textiles, a trip to Teotitlan is essential. Oh, and don’t forget the petrified waterfall of Hierve el Agua. Just get on a plane already and go to Oaxaca.
Why It’s On My List: It is, perhaps, the most beautiful tree in the world.
For this year’s A-Z Blog Challenge, I’ve decided to showcase 26 of my favorite places in the world. I’ve only been to 22 of the 196 countries, so I’ve got some more travelling to do, but these places are well worth a visit.
2 thoughts on “(El) Tule, Oaxaca, Mexico (April, 2002)”
I’ve been away on holidays for a week (unplugged…ahhh…) and have enjoyed reading my way through your week of posts! I would love to see that petrified waterfall one day.
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The waterfall is very cool. Hope your vacation was wonderful!