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Oaxaca

There are changes afoot in ‘Tierra del Sol,’ this southern Mexican state blessed with mountains, verdant valleys and a beautiful coast on the Pacific Ocean.

Tip: Oaxaca is pronounced ‘wa-HA-ka’

Buzzword Bingo (Words you should know and that are fun to know)
Acompañamiento – Agua (Water) – Aguamiel – Apaztle – Árbol (Tree) – Ahuehuete – Alcahuete – Alebrije – Amigos – Aqueducto – Antiguidades (Antiques) – Árbol (Tree) – Atrio (Atrium) – Autóctono – Auténtico – Barrios (Neighborhoods) – Biche – Biodiversidad (Biodiversity) – Blanda (Tortilla) – Bolis – Bolsa de Mandado – Bule – Calenda – Campo – Canasta (Basket) – Camino Nacional – Camino Real – Castillo – Chapopote – Chirimeteros – Chiripada – Chubasco – Chilacayote – Colonial – Comal – Comedor – Conquista – Consentido – Convite – Convivio – Costumbre – Desenmarañar – Equilibrio (Balance) – Fiestas – Fiesta Patronal – Fonda – FotoSafari – Garabato – Guelaguetza – Hojalata – Hojaldra – Huipil – Independencia (Independence) – Indigena (Indigenous) – Jicara – Jicalpextle – Junta – La Verde Antequera – Lona – Lonja – Kermes – Maíz (Corn) – Marchante – Marimba – Mayordomo – Metate – Mezcal – Microcredit – Mole – Mundanza – Muertos – Museo (Museum) – Navidad (Christmas) – Novena – Orfebre – Orígen – Padrino – Palenque – Paliacate – Panela – Panteon (Cemetery) – Pelte (Pewter) – Pilon – Pinacho – Rally – Reconocimiento – Sazón – Tamales – Tamud – Tejate – Tepache – Tequio – Temazcal – Tianguis – Tisne – Tlapalería – Tlayuda – Tope – Totomoxtle – Tortilla – Trueque – Usos y Costumbres – Verbena – Yunta – Zaguán

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