3 months in Oaxaca felt like a comida rapida (traditional 4 course meal for approx $3). Dia de los Muertos crept up and adorned us with spiritual gifts, memories and mourning. Enwrapped in its endless flowers and pealing pastel paints we floated from pantheon to pantheon following the ceremonial singing. Sprouted with thousands of locals across all generations the Panteon Central (the oldest in Oax), housing some of the greatest, artists, generals, and heroes of Oaxaca, and Mexico welcomed us with all of its mystique.

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