Eclectic Oaxaca Where chocolate comes from. Making a living, whatever the sacrifice. An advertisement for a non-toxic roach killer. Nestle sure knows how to brand their stuff! This guy is making a living the old-fashioned way. Viva Zapata! “It’s better to give than to receive.” – Says the government! The church where they filmed part of the movie “Nacho Libre”. Enough said… La Girasol Even the taxi drivers have their own prayer. Cafe Brujula has it’s first “surcursal”. How many eggs in a “Cono”? One of the many food carts that roam the streets of Oaxaca. A local legend…Sierrita tacos are among the best! A great place to buy paletas (popsicles), Popeye’s can be found all over Oaxaca. The best ice cream in Oaxaca – La Michoacana Oaxaca is on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Amate bookstore has the largest collection of English books in Oaxaca. Not only is a tlayuda a food, it’s also a way to describe someone with a lot of strength. Oaxaca is well known for it’s pottery – especially black pottery. A sign in the “Parque Colossio”. The menu of the day…in Pesos of course. The best shrimp cocktails are from Mexico! If you’ve never had corn on the cob Mexican style, you are missing out on an amazing treat for your taste buds! Fresh fruit and vegetables are among the cheapest things to buy in Mexico. Ants marching!