Posted: 10/30/21 | October 30th, 2021
Hello from Oaxaca! I came down here to celebrate the Day of the Dead. Día de Muertos is a holiday celebrated on the 1st and 2nd of November in Mexico that pays respects to friends and family that have died. It’s a huge deal in Mexico and Oaxaca has some of the most famous celebrations.
This year, due to COVID, celebrations and parades are still subdued but there’s a lot of art around the city, colorful altars, giant skeletons, decora…
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