Travel Digest #667

in traveldigest •  20 days ago  (edited)

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#1 5 must-visit places in and around Oaxaca by @haydae

The smell of spicy corn on the cob is in the air, it comes from a local puesto located right on the city’s zocalo. A lady wearing a colorful embroidered blouse that she might have sewed herself is walking past it, speaking in indigenous language, when the bells of a nearby church start ringing. The sun is getting down and it is time to drink some mescal on a cosy rooftop overlooking a cathedral built in colonial style or maybe is it time to eat some mole oaxaqueño at the stall of a market.

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#2 Mountain temple with Buddha ashes! Wat Phra That Doi Kham by @waybeyondpadthai

I'm not really a temple person but gotta admit, every time I go to any of the temples in Thailand, they have their own beauty and it's just beautiful. This time let me bring you to one of a really really beautiful buddhist temple up in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Wat Phra That Doi Kham, one of a well-known temple up north. This was not my first time here at this temple but I said 'wow', like I had never been there.

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#3 Halloween in Vietnam. by @lannabeiker

In light of the fact that there is regular debate about this holiday, and every year in all blogs, in all social services. networks are debating whether he needs it or not, if necessary, to whom and why, I always write the same way. I don’t like this holiday, I don’t understand, I’m not participating in it at all, but it doesn’t stop me from appreciating the beauty and skill of those artists, decorators who create costumes, compositions and so many different cool decorations for this holiday. We fell on this holiday in America. There, of course, absolutely everything is adorned to it. It will be necessary to show too. I have photos from America, where we were in Washington, Hollywood, Annapolis. And just one week before Halloween. And then you walk along the streets, and there is some kind of shop, and is decorated with a spider web (I am very afraid of spiders and cobwebs, but it’s beautifully real). For Halloween, everything is decorated and everything is decorated, it’s about the same as Christmas decoration. Every store, every balcony, every apartment, every house - everyone decorates their homes with something.

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