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“From Monte Alban we headed east to Teotitlán del Val where we enjoyed learning about weaving - from the shearing of the sheep to the weaving of gorgeous rugs - from a 5th generation weaver(and a member of the hous...”
“While it can get overwhelming with every vendor shoving a menu in your face, it was a great place to try lot of Oaxacan snacks like tlayudas (like a Oaxacan version of pizza) and tamales.”
“Its a large, very dense market with lots to see - easy to get lost in it - I usually made a mental note of which entrance I came in and what shops were right there at the entrance door to keep my bearings.”
“Clean and safe the Mercado Benito Juarez is perfect for browsing the varied offerings and learning about Oaxacan culture and cuisine...oh, and there are plenty of little snack/breakfast/lunch stalls when you're re...”
“Fascinating for a stroll or actual shopping, with lots of authentic joints to eat with protocol that takes a bit of consideration to be successful (often various merchants participate in vending all of what you wa...”