Can: The State of Oaxaca, and in particular the city and its central valleys including questions regarding sites and touring, current social and political climate, transportation, and all other matters relating to tourism in and around the city of Oaxaca and its central valleys with an emphasis on mescal, pulque and fermented pre-Hispanic beverages. Can't: Everything else.
First visited Oaxaca in 1969. Began vacationing exclusively in Oaxaca in 1991. Permanent resident of Oaxaca since 2004. Written over 280 articles about Oaxaca. Master Mezcalier certification by the federal government. Author of Mezcal in the World Spirits Market: Unrivalled Complexity, Innumerable Nuances Co-author of the first bilingual full color mescal tasting wheel. Owner of Mezcal Educational Excursions of Oaxaca. Fixer for several international documentary film companies as well as for photographers.
Law Society of Upper Canada
Interweave Transitions Abroad The Eye Korean Air Ensamble Vacations Crime & Justice International The Upper Canadian Antiques Showcase Oaxaca Times The Etobicoke Guardian York University archives (M.A. thesis)
Specialized Honors B.A. (social anthropology) 1974 M.A. (social anthropology) 1978 LL.B. (law degree) 1984 Master Mezcalier and various other courses on educating given by the federal government.
Tory Research and Writing Award
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Mezcal? It's my passion.
I'm still learning every day.
Read my book on the subject.
For cooking schools, Chef Pilar Cabrera of Casa de los Sabores Cooking School is the best (firstname.lastname@example.org). If you want a second one, then Reyna Mendoza of Teotitlán de Valle nicely complements
Yes of course you will find enough to do here. We have been here as visitors and residents for 24 years and are still exploring the state. If interested there is a vibrant expat community via the Oaxaca
I would be inclined to take the bus to the TAPO station in Mexico City, and then switching to a bus from there to Oaxaca. There's another station in Mexico City, but I always use TAPO because of it's
I cannot comment about getting to the border, but in Mexico the best line with the greatest number of options for class of bus is ADO. I have never had issues with it. Look here: http://alvinstarkman
You have to ask your post office how it handles COD from Mexico. But he CAN send important documents, via FEDEX, DHL, MEXPOST, using pesos. Is this an issue relating to support / alimony? Sure sounds
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