Bob's World Travels


November 22, 2017


Oaxaca Historic Center

I arrived at my Hotel Trebol in central Oaxaca, during the night. The door faced the street corner and the door was locked and the lobby dark when I arrived. I knocked on the door and someone appeared from within the lobby to let me in.  I managed to get the check in done with my broken Spanish. A young man took me to my room.  It turned out to be a very nice, authentic Mexican hotel built around a large courtyard.  I stayed there for two nights before joining the group.  The people at the desk were very nice but spoke no English, which was fine with me so I could try some Spanish. I had a good breakfast of mango and melon slices with yogurt and various grains, which I didn’t recognize, to put on it. I had some scrambled eggs with a black mole sauce.

The downtown historic area of Oaxaca is not large and very easy to walk through. The streets are lined with colonial era buildings which are horizontally monumental although no more than two or three stories tall.  Many buildings are painted in bright colors. Scattered throughout are old churches built of stone with varied rooflines composed of domes, towers, and steeples. After my first breakfast in the city, I walked from my hotel to the nearby grand Zocalo plaza, which was surrounded by old buildings with ground floor restaurants and shaded by many old trees. As I walked into the plaza, I was drawn into a restaurant by a woman who offered me a cappuccino, which turned out to be a lovely tall, layered concoction flavored with cinnamon.  After coffee, I took pictures of the Catedral de Oaxaca located on the north side of the Zocalo. I went into the Cathedral and admired its spacious colonial sanctuary with the morning light streaming through the stained glass windows.

From the Cathedral, I walked up the Andador Macedonio Alcala, a beautiful pedestrian-only street with brick pavement, lined by large old buildings. I walked to the Templo de Santo Domingo and entered the large church.  Inside it seemed to be covered with gold, with golden shapes, figures and bible stories.

Coming back to my hotel from the trip to Mitla, the streets were lined with merchant stalls and good booths. I went into the large indoor Mercado, across the street from my hotel.  The Mercado was crowded with booths displaying all types of merchandise including fragrant flowers. I next went into the adjacent food Mercado.  I entered through an intensely hot entryway where men were grilling meat. In the rear of the hall, there were butchers and seafood stalls, and the smell was overwhelming.

In the evening, I walked with the group back up to the Andador Macedonio Alcala for dinner.  On the way, we crossed a parade which likely was associated with the celebrations leading up to coming Day of the Dead. We went to dinner in a very interesting postmodern space with a rectangular pool of water, stucco brick walls, and a fabric roof.  Oaxaca is known for its mole, so I had grilled Mahi-Mahi with a delicious dark mole sauce. At around 9:00 PM, we walked back through the Zocalo which was full of thousands of people, including families and children, watching dancers, musicians  and films and eating and drinking outside at the surrounding restaurants. The great plaza was full of lights, noise and music.

The next morning, we ate breakfast in the Mercado. I had queso with salsa and beans. People kept trying to sell us trinkets while we ate and musicians played for donations. After our visit to Monte Alban, we went to the village of San Antonio Arrazola and visited the home and workshop of the late Manuel Jiménez Ramírez , the originator of the Oaxacan alebrijes, wooden carved figurines painted with bright colors and intricate patterns.  His son demonstrated the technique they used to carve figurines varying in size from life sized jaguars to fanciful figures that fit on the palm of your hand.  After the demonstration, the family served us homemade quesadillas and fajitas, and we shopped for figurines to take with us.

Back in the city, I walked up through the Zocalo to San Domingo Plaza where I explored the museum located in the old convent of the church, the Museo de las Culturas de Oaxaca. There, I explored the ancient sculptures, jewelry and ceramics from Monte Alban and the ancient valley. From the rear of the museum I looked down on the beautiful botanic garden. On the way back, I found a bookstore with many books in English. The owners were a couple, an American man and Mexican women both of whom spoke English.  I discussed Monte Alban with them, and the American owner expressed his wonder that the ancient city was occupied for so long.  They helped me find books on the ancient valley.

We had another free day in Oaxaca later in the trip.  It was a warm, sunny day and I spent it walking around the city.  I first walked to La Basilica De Nuestra Senora De La Soledad, another beautiful, large cathedral. After visiting the sanctuary, I went into an adjoining old building which turned out to be a municipal office building. It was full of art and meeting rooms named after local historic dignitaries.  I found what appeared to be the combined community development, public works, historic downtown, and zoning office. There were nothing but file cabinets within, which looked rather boring, so I didn’t go in.

From La Soledad, I climbed steep, narrow, residential streets to the Auditorio Guelaguetza, a large outdoor concert venue on a hill high above the city. After appreciating the views of the city below, I walked down the Escalaras de Fortin, a shaded walkway with tall trees overhanging the street, back down into the city. This walking route took me to the San Domingo Plaza.

The highlight of the day was an afternoon visit to the Rufino Tamayo Pre-Columbian art museum which houses the pre-Columbian art collection of the great Mexican artist. This is a museum that treats the ancient pieces as the great works of art that they are. It had a room of pre-classical art from the Olmec period including small, chubby, doll-like, ceramic human figurines, along with modest-size figures of gods. Most were from the Veracruz area.

There was beautiful room of classical era pieces from all over Mexico including tall carvings of Mayan priests with elaborate garments and high headdresses.  The seated figure of the goddess of death looked like the modern female figure of La Calavera Catrina commonly seen associated with El Dia Del Muertos.

For dinner, I went with a small group to the Casa Oaxaca restaurant near San Domingo plaza. We ate outdoors on the second floor patio.  I ate turkey breast with a wonderful black mole along with an unusual tomato salad and fried plantains. As we walked back, we stopped at the plaza to listen to an orchestra and four opera singers performing for a very appreciative audience.  Behind them, the old cathedral was lit with colored lights.

El Tule

Mitla and Monte Alban

On October 21, my first day in Oaxaca, I was picked up at the hotel by the tour company.  The group in the van turned out to be mostly Spanish speakers.  Driving out of the city, the driver maintained a narrative on what we were seeing alternating between Spanish and English. Our first stop was at Tule, a village with El Tule, said to be the widest tree in the world. It is a truly impressive Montezuma Cypress.

Next, we stopped in the village of Teotitlan del Valle at the house of the weaver Nelson Perez where he showed us how they wove rugs using wool, natural dyes, and traditional wooden looms. He used herbs, insects, fruit, flowers, minerals and lemon juice to create vibrantly colored rugs, many with traditional Zapotec patterns. Each line of a rug took one half hour to make on the loom.

Finally, we arrived at Mitla, my primary interest on this tour. Mitla was likely a sacred Zapotec site for millennia, but around 900 AD was probably taken over by the Mixtecs who lived there with the Zapotecs. We walked around the main buildings to a large plaza and walked up tall, steep steps through low doors in the walls into a rectangular room with three large columns. From there, we went through another door into a courtyard.  Everywhere in the site the walls were decorated with intricate abstract patterns. We went into smaller rooms off the courtyard.  One room had a re-creation of the original wooden roof. The Spanish had arrived at Mitla in 1521 and built a church on top of the main temple in order to seal the devil into the site. The buildings were rectangular single-story structures constructed mostly of stone with a plaster covering. Back in the plaza, one of the ancient tombs was open, which because of the low ceilings and doors, I had to crawl into.  The walls were covered with the geometric designs.

I left the others, who were doing a longer tour, and with another driver, Christian, who had lived in Las Vegas for nine years and spoke perfect English. We talked about things to see in the Oaxaca Valley and about the traditions surrounding El Dia Del Muertos. He told me how important it was to him to celebrate his deceased family members and how hard it was to celebrate the day in the United States. I told him that the holiday made sense to me, because I missed my parents and would love to celebrate them officially.

The following day, I went with our Colorado group to Monte Alban. We drove up from the city’s west side onto the mountain on which the Monte Alban site is located.  We parked below the visitor’s center and climbed up a path.  Our guide pointed out various vegetation including the cactus where the cochineal insects grow, which are collected by the rug makers for the bright red and purple colors. We reached the top of the mountain and immediately climbed up steep steps to the top of the large pyramid mound on the north side of the great plaza.

Monte Alban is the site of what is likely the oldest city in Mesoamerica.  Construction started on the city around 500 BC, and the city was inhabited for over 1,000 years.  The builders constructed large flat terraces on the rugged mountain top including the large, flat central plaza.  By mapping all the terraces, by studying their size, shape and orientation, and by inventorying pottery shards on the surface, archaeologists have suggested that there were over 2,000 dwellings on the site with a number of additional civic buildings. It is estimated that the population was between 15,000 and 30,000 people at its peak period. Archeologist Richard Blanton has theorized that city represented the capital of an allegiance of Oaxaca Valley groups, built above the smaller agricultural villages in the valley.  There was no water on the mountain and no place to grow food, so food and water were carried up by foot from the valley. There are famous stone carvings of what were called dancers, which actually probably represent the nude corpses of leaders of groups which the people of the city had conquered. Blanton suggests that the city may have been a military center.  He also suggests that it may have been a sacred site for the cult of Cocijo, the god of rain and fertility.

From the top of the mound we looked down upon the central Grand Plaza and the many pyramids and structures in and around the plaza.  Beyond the site, there were views in all directions of the surrounding mountains and the valley floor far below. On top of the northern pyramid, a Mexican group engaged in a chant that I did not understand. On the northeast side, there was a well-preserved ball court. Our guide suggested that there were three players on each side of the ball game who worked to keep a large rubber ball in the air bouncing it from the east to the west walls of the court, reenacting the movement of the sun. Our guide told us that there may have been human sacrifice at the end of the game, possibly involving the winner. A number of tombs have been found on the site containing valuable possessions which were buried with the dead.  We visited the small museum in the visitor’s center which housed some of the stone carvings, figurines, ceramics and jewelry found on the mountain.

The Northern Sierra

On October 23, I was sick, so instead of hiking, I rode in the van from where the others started hiking, up a dirt road through steep canyons to La Neveria where we spent the night.  The next day, we hiked through the high forest which were completely in the mountain top clouds. I felt well enough to keep up with the leader, a small Zapotec man who spoke only Spanish.  We walked the damp trail which was closely lined with wet grass and other vegetation.  We walked through mixed forest of tall deciduous and pine trees.  The trail led us to a dirt road where we saw our first large agave plants, some of the leaves of which had been cut.  Celestino, our English speaking Zapotec guide, told us that they made barbecue by putting wood coals in a hole and putting meat on the top of the coals and covering it all with Agave leaves.  The drippings from the leaves gave the meat a special flavor.

Celestino talked to me about their community organization.  The mountains are divided into areas called communes, and under the Mexican constitution, each indigenous commune has complete governmental and political control in their areas.  The communes own the land. Instead of taxes, each person is required to spend time, at different points in their lives, giving service to the community. Celestino said that he was currently serving as a policeman.  The policeman role was less about enforcement and more about being a first responder to emergencies and helping to solve problems.

Each commune has a commissioner, who is the chief administrator, along with an authority composed of various chief functionaries, such as the Chief of Police.  The authority is selected by the people each year in a large community gathering.

The subject of ghosts and spirits was discussed.  Our Colorado leader, Chris asked people, Americans and Mexicans, if they believed in ghosts. Our Spanish speaking leader was a devout Catholic and told her that if you believe in God, you don’t believe in ghosts.  Celestino told me a story of the enano (dwarf) nature spirit he saw as a child. It appeared to him as a small child who he saw move instantaneously from one place to another.  The spirit wanted him to follow it on a trail into the forest, but Celisteno didn’t follow. Celestino’s grandmother told him that the spirit had taken part of his soul.  Later in life, Celestina went to see a woman shaman who restored him through ritual.  Celestino experienced an awakening and realized he wanted to be someone.  He began to read and study about biology and history.  He knew all the plants in the mountains, including their Latin names, and could tell us a great deal about his people. He understood the ecology of his place and wanted to write books about that ecology and about the true history of his people. The ecology of the place is unique with tall trees in open, pristine forests. The Zapotec people are working to protect and improve their environment.

We walked into the large village of Benito Juarez named after Mexico’s most notable President from the nineteenth century who was a native Zapotec. The village is comparatively large with one thousand residents. By this time, the rain and wind had increased, and as we walked from the forest into the open village, we grew quite cold. We went in a dining room and had a great lunch of mushroom quesadillas.

From this place, because of the cold, most of our group decided to proceed from Juarez in the van. However, Chris, Wendy and I decided to continue hiking with Celestino and another guide Rafael. We hiked through the wet forest on a trail, a road, and another trail. We passed an interesting open area of pine forest with unusual mounds of grass below. Celestino said that the lichens growing from the trees were not negative but were instead an indication of a healthy forest without air pollution. We descended to a small cabin were there was a farmer who was carving wood. He had boxes of potatoes which are the cash crop at this high altitude.

We descended through a meadow where we passed a bull who was attached to a rope. We climbed steeply down past a stream where we saw a line of agaves with their tall blooms. We then climbed steeply up past a spring with a concrete basin where women washed clothes. We arrived at our destination, the Village of Cuajimolayas and walked through it for almost a mile. As seemed to be the case, it was particularly windy and cold as we walked through the village. We arrived at our cabana and soon found there was no heat nor hot water. I was wet from sweat and from the rain and found I was cold in the cabin. Chris got in her bed to get warm but was becoming hypothermic, so I put as many blankets as I could on her. Eventually, we got the fire in the fire place roaring and managed to warm ourselves and dry our clothes.


A Walk in the Valley

In the morning, the Cuajimolayas was still in the clouds and very wet and very cold, so the decision was made to go down to the valley.  Riding in the van, we were soon below the clouds, so we stopped to admire the views of the mountains and the valley far below. Down in the valley, Pedro stopped and  parked the van at the turn off to a dirt road.  We walked for several hours on the road in the warm sunshine. The views of the valley, with its pointed hills and surrounding mountains, were very expansive. We walked past beautiful flowers and a number of different types of tall cactus and through clouds off butterflies. We walked through two villages past people working and walking the streets.  We saw older people guiding donkeys piled with wood, and we frequently saw stray dogs.

The second village was again Teotitlan del Valle, the weaving village.  We went into a private home to the small second floor area where the mother and grandmother were cooking tortillas on large round pan over the coals of a fire.  The small room had a metal roof and was completely open above a waist-high wall.  There were views of the village and the wooded mountains beyond.  We went downstairs into the large, shaded courtyard, which was open to the sky.  There was a large table set for us, and we were served quesadillas and similar tortilla dishes. There were bowls of various types of salsas on the table along with beer, sodas, and the typical pitchers of non-alcoholic drinks mixed from teas and juices.  It was all delicious.

After the food, we went back up to the second floor to see a demonstration of how they made tortillas by hand. The process involved a multi-step process with organic corn and limestone and a final mashing using the mano and metate to create the tortilla dough.  Then the tortilla was flattened from a ball of dough by patting it rapidly, back forth, between the hands. They let us try it, but my effort was a failure. They cooked the tortilla on the pan for a very short time.

The daughter, Gloria, showed us how she made tortillas using a press.  She reminded me of my grandchildren. I took her picture and showed it to her.  I told her “Eres muy bonita.” She smiled and said, “Gracias.”   This was another weaving family, so we also had a weaving demonstration.

In the Hills

On Friday morning, we visited the market town Tlacolula and went into their large Mercado.  It was early and they were still setting up most booths.  However, there were large tables full of fresh pastries, and I bought a roll and a cookie for later. After breakfast, we drove to Mitla and started a hike up into the hills through gentle pastureland and into scrub oaks and other small trees. Our guide was Reynaldo, who spoke no English, but smiled and laughed constantly. He was patient with my simple Spanish, and we talked about where I came from and what the weather was like in Colorado.

Mario, our twenty-two year English speaking guide, pointed out the Mujer Mala, a small tree with wicked looking leaves which would cause a severe rash if touched. As we climbed, we saw plants used by the Zapotecs for many purposes, including the tiny beautiful smelling anise plants.  The meadows were fragrant with the lovely scent of lemon balm with its beautiful, small blue flowers.

We continued climbing steeply for the next hour and a half first through the small trees and then into the pine forest.  Celestino said that the higher we climbed, the taller the pines.  They would be tallest where the air was the cleanest.  There were many yellow, white and lavender flowers, including the yellow marigolds, a favorite flower used to celebrate El Dia Del Muertos. Up in a tree, in the shadows, we found a beautiful orchid.

Finally, we reached a spot where we found Nancy and Debbie resting with Pedro.  Pedro was a former farmer and bicycle racer who ran the travel agency we were with. We then began our final ascent into dense forest.  Just before the top, we walked through a dense forest of pine trees covered with Spanish moss. We next broke out into an open meadow with a 180 degree view of the mountains. There we rested, ate fruit, and took pictures. Below us, we could see the Hierve de Agua, the petrified waterfalls which were a limestone formation created by water. Our plan was to walk to the small village, San Isidro Roaguia, which we could see above the falls, where we were going to have dinner at Reynaldo’s house.

We started to descend through broken meadows and passed a small structure with open sides and a broken metal roof where farmers stayed to work their mountain corn fields. From this ridge, we could see a small corn field just below us.  We continued to descend on the rocky, primitive trail.

I was descending in front with Reynaldo when I heard some commotion behind and above me and turned to see Debbie lying across the trail with her legs drawn up, moaning.  I heard her say that her leg was broken. Chris went to her immediately and worked to stabilize the leg and make her comfortable.

The group discussed how we would evacuate her from this remote location.  The closest road was back over the mountain, the way we came. We talked about carrying her but knew how difficult that would be.  Celestino called Pedro on his cell phone many times.  They discussed the possibility of a military helicopter which did not sound likely.  The suggestion came up of carrying her out by burro.  Reynaldo whistled and descended a bit to find his brother nearby with a burro.  His brother quickly brought the burro to us. However, we knew that riding on a burro would be very painful for Debbie so we discarded that idea. Chris chose a small team to stay with Debbie including Janet, Georgie, and myself and sent everyone else on down to the village with Mario and Reynaldo.  Celestino and Reynaldo’s brother Efran stayed with us.

Soon Celestino told us that Pedro had found some Red Cross first responders to come down to Debbie. After a long wait, two first responders arrived with some men from the village.  The Red Cross men put a brace on her leg and attached her to a litter to carry her out.  The rest of us went ahead and hiked with a local guide to the Village of San Isdro and to Reynaldo’s house.  We arrived at 6:45 PM.  Mario was there with the van and immediately took Chris to meet Debbie at the waiting ambulance. The rest of the group was waiting on the courtyard patio of Reynaldo’s house.  Reynaldo’s wife had already fed the others and brought us some quesadillas. We sat and ate and drank Corona’s until Pedro came at 8:45 to pick us up.  I entertained the group with adventure stories.

Debbie went with Chris by ambulance to a private hospital in Oaxaca where she later had surgery and managed to get on an airplane to home.

Back to the Mountains

On Saturday, we went back to the mountains.  It was still overcast, but we walked on roads and trails through the open forests with very large trees and many flowers.  At the end of the hike we drove to a campground where there were a lot of local people camped and played games, but by late afternoon they were all gone.  I stayed in a nice cabin with Nancy.  There were two separate bedrooms, a small living room with a fireplace and a small kitchen.  I tried to take a shower but there was no hot water, so I tried to clean up as well as I could with cold water.  Outside it became quite cold and foggy.  I warmed up by the fire.

On Sunday, we stayed in the mountains but descended in the van below the clouds where there was sunshine. We took a very warm hike past various flowers and cactus with views of the surrounding mountains and down into the steep river valley.  We descended on the trail to a raging stream which we intended to cross, but the water was too deep and too fast.  Pedro tried to cross it from the other side but he turned back. So, we headed back and descended on a narrow, steep trail, past a burro, to a bridge where Pedro was waiting with the van.

We drove to Santa Catarina Lachatao where we were to spend the night and ate lunch by the old village church on an outdoor portico. Our cabanas were the loveliest we had stayed him.  They were constructed of brick with tile roofs and great views of the village and the mountains beyond. In the forest, in the clouds, there is an essential nobility to these mountain villages and the people, whose ancestors have lived in these places beyond memory.

Hierve de Agua

On Monday, we drove from Latuvi, three hours back to San Isidro, the village that had helped with Debbie’s injury.  While in Oaxaca, Chris had sent people to the local Wal Mart to buy childrens’ school supplies. We drove back to Reynaldo’s house where they gave us a breakfast for special occasions which was chicken and chicken livers with tortillas.  We shared the meal with the family and other villagers.  There were village and school officials there who looked just like the other villagers. Chris presented our gifts to them and thanked them for their help. The gifts were given to the family and officials so they could redistribute them. Chris’s speech in Spanish thanked them and told them how much Americans love Mexico. Pedro had certainly arranged all this behind the scenes and helped us thank them in the correct manner.

From the village we walked down to Hierve de Aqua, a waterfall frozen in limestone. It was a hot descent and climb back. We met the van above at booths were we bought fruit sherbert. On the way back to the city, we visited a mescal distillery where the liquor was made the old fashion way from a variety of cultivated and wild agaves.  A bottle of mescal made from the wild agave could cost as much as two hundred dollars. We sampled the product.

Dia del Muertos

On our final day back in the city, I walked around and saw the decorations and the preparations that were underway for the day of the dead celebration. People were constructing the ofrendas , the altars honoring the deceased, constructed with marigolds and other local materials.  Walking across the Zocalo, I was entranced by a solitary musician playing the ukulele and pan pipes.  I am not a poet but he forced me to sit down on the spot and write a poem:

On the Zocalo

A man playing

the ukulele and

the pipes






walked by him

but he is descended

from feathered kings

who worshiped the sun

worshiped the rain



most just walked by


That night, we went to the outskirts of the city where people were celebrating.  We walk through crowds, by booths and restaurants and art exhibits.  We visited two large cemeteries which were decorated with marigolds and candles and where families gathered to celebrate the deceased. It felt like a large joyous fiesta and a solemn commemoration, all at the same time.



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comment4, More Technique Takes Off!: (Violin Solo), 898567, Willpower: Rediscovering Our Greatest Strength, omh, God and Churchill: How the Great Leader's Sense of Divine Destiny Changed His Troubled World and Offers Hope for Ours, ugbj, Sale of the Century: The Inside Story of the Second Russian Revolution, 058409, Best Practices for Graphic Designers. Grids and Page Layouts: An Essential Guideline for Understanding and Applying Page Design Principles, 4852, 30 Lessons for Living, >:OO, Rule (the Marked Men, Book 1), 437, Android Netrunner Lcg: The Source Data Pack, ozco, Fifty Shades of Mr Darcy: A Parody, 918230, Mythologies: The Complete Edition, bohl, Diary of a Minecraft Zombie Book 4: Zombie Swap, =-PPP, The Unlikely Spy, oapdzy, Your Inner Critic is a Big Jerk: And Other Truths About Being Creative, %)), Philosophical Occasions, 1912-51, chrnj, Writing a Dissertation For Dummies, yeyizi, Death in the Floating City, ueya, Mastering the Power of Self-Hypnosis: A Practical Guide to Self Empowerment, %PP, Davina's Sugar-Free in a Hurry: The Smart Way to Eat Less Sugar and Feel Fantastic, 94789, Wordcrime: Solving Crime Through Forensic Linguistics, zezdw, The Giver, 8-]]], The Human Contribution: Unsafe Acts, Accidents and Heroic Recoveries, =-DD, Guardians of the Galaxy: All-New X-Men: the Trial of Jean Grey, =-DDD, Fear of Physics: A Guide for the Perplexed, mdrc, Math Girls 2: Fermat's Last Theorem, 4930, Excellent Women, %-D, It's Too Frightening for Me, ykviie, His Bloody Project, 021,
June 9, 2018 10:23 pm
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June 9, 2018 8:17 pm
comment1, The Histories: Bks. 1-3, 652819, The Republic, uubf, Student's Guide to Writing College Papers, 94697, Autism Every Day: Over 150 Strategies Lived and Learned by a Professional Autism Consultant with 3 Sons on the Spectrum, :-], The Chronicles of Conan Volume 10: When Giants Walk the Earth and Other Stories, %[[, Lucky Man, 504, The Law of Attraction in Action: Episode II, 06953, Maybe a Fox, afeh, Marketing Management, 90061, We are All Weird: The Rise of Tribes and the End of Normal, lwu, The Death Cure, >:-), Magical Mind, Magical Body: Mastering the Mind/Body Connection for Perfect Health and Total Well-Being, vkpgm, A More Beautiful Question: The Power of Inquiry to Spark Breakthrough Ideas, %-[[, Poirot: Cards on the Table, 711032, Lego Atlantis: The Menace from the Deep Activity Book, uxd, Basics of Dental Technology: A Step by Step Approach, :-PP, Spider-Man: the Complete Clone Saga Epic Book 1 (New Printing): Book 1, xfrp, Romps, Tots and Boffins: The Strange Language of News, 8))), Death and the Devil, 440, Deliberative Global Politics: Discourse and Democracy in a Divided World, ihlw, Nate the Great and the Snowy Trail, qpuclw, Wartime: Understanding and Behaviour in the Second World War, 72913, Unfoldment: The Organic Path to Clarity, Power, and Transformation, bxx, Great Expectations, 8[, The Raven Prince, 9635, At Grave's End: At Grave's End Bk. 3: A Night Huntress Novel, irsder, Real World Research, 9549, Love is a Story: A New Theory of Relationships, 49611, The New Modern House: Redefining Functionalism, uwcv,
June 9, 2018 2:08 pm
comment3, Anatomy of Exercise, 074, Japanese Kanji Flashcards: 750 Intermediate-Level Kanji Cards, lgjxdh, Unlock Level 4 Reading and Writing Skills Teacher's Book with DVD, ypv, J.R.R. Tolkien 4-Book Boxed Set: The Hobbit and the Lord of the Rings (Movie Tie-In): The Hobbit, the Fellowship of the Ring, the Two Towers, the Return of the King, 0612, Five on Brexit Island, fgkdog, Floral Still Life: Postcard Colouring Book, =P, The Vengeful Djinn: Unveiling the Hidden Agenda of Genies, 1714, Never Let Me Go, 8[[, Christian Life Coaching Handbook: Calling and Destiny Discovery Tools for Christian Life Coaching, 08524, The Software Requirements Memory Jogger: A Pocket Guide to Help Software and Business Teams Develop and Manage Requirements, nzq, Iron and Silk, :-OO, The Orchard Book of Greek Myths, itz, What if the Zebras Lost Their Stripes?, koixz, The Lost World of the Kalahari: With 'the Great and the Little Memory', :]], Dead Letters: An Anthology: An Anthology of the Undelivered, the Missing, the Returned..., 791, Understanding Organizations, 80208, The Gruffalo, 588736, Everything You Need to Ace Science in One Big Fat Notebook: The Complete Middle School Study Guide, iqvzv, Extreme Close-Up Photography and Focus Stacking, rinlwt, An Artist of the Floating World, qcihzi, New Curriculum Practise & Learn: French for Ages 7-9 - with Vocab CD-ROM, 557, Sit Like a Buddha: A Pocket Guide to Meditation, bgwc, Corrie Ten Boom: Keeper of the Angel's Den: Christian Heroes, Then & Now, yuddhh, The Collected Works of C.G. Jung: Aion: Researches into the Phenomenology of the Self v. 9, Pt. 2, 035, The Thirtieth Year: Stories by Ingeborg Bachmann, 424695, Hamlet, glnr, DMT and the Soul of Prophecy: A New Science of Spiritual Revelation in the Hebrew Bible, 8))), My Peace I Give You: Healing Sexual Wounds with the Help of the Saints, 46925,
June 6, 2018 7:25 am
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June 5, 2018 9:03 pm
comment3, The Man with the Golden Gun: James Bond 007, :-P, The Age of the Vikings, >:DDD, The Hammer of Eden, %-[[, The Wisdom of Birch, Oak, and Yew: Connect to the Magic of Trees for Guidance and Transformation, 781592, Finding the Still Point: A Beginner's Guide to Zen Meditation, 589922, The Secret Soundtrack Audio, :-OO, The Enchanted Collection: Ella Enchanted/The Two Princesses of Bamarre/Fairest, 8-DDD, What Good are the Arts?, fovvvc, The Stolen, :-((, The Complete Book of Gerry Anderson's UFO, 41711, Late to the Ball: Age. Learn. Fight. Love. Play Tennis. Win., kglb, The Paranoid Style in American Politics, and Other Essays, qdyf, When Titans Clashed: How the Red Army Stopped Hitler, %DDD, Intentional Living: Choosing a Life That Matters, 079069, The Feelings Book, 959, The Worry Tree, 4048, Guitar Chord Songbook - Nirvana, 8PPP, The Experience of Insight: Simple and Direct Guide to Buddhist Meditation, %]]], Little Red Riding Hood, 763, Othello: Shakespeare Stories for Children, wosj, Evil Plans: Having Fun on the Road to World Domination, 8D, The Conference of the Birds, :]], Waldorf Education in Practice: Exploring How Children Learn in the Lower Grades, 9827, The Aliens Are Coming!: The Exciting and Extraordinary Science Behind Our Search for Life in the Universe, rqeal, The Flowering Shrub Expert: The World's Best-selling Book on Flowering Shrubs, dhaxtz, 50 Graphic Organizers for Reading, Writing and More, fac, From the Ruins of Empire: The Revolt Against the West and the Remaking of Asia, >:)), Prince of Fools, 5082, The End of Self-Help: Discovering Peace and Happiness Right at the Heart of Your Messy, Scary, Brilliant Life, 944,
June 5, 2018 4:38 pm
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June 4, 2018 8:35 pm
comment1, Beasts: What Animals Can Teach Us About the Origins of Good and Evil, 03394, Under the Sheets: The Secrets to Hot Sex in Your Marriage, dphupa, Murder Under the Christmas Tree: Ten Classic Crime Stories for the Festive Season, 929, What's Age Got to Do with It?: Living Your Happiest and Healthiest Life, 533881, Rebel Belle, ovpp, English Pronunciation in Use Intermediate with Answers, Audio CDs (4) and CD-ROM, =-P, Writing Models Year 6, :-(((, The Deep Hot Biosphere: The Myth of Fossil Fuels, klszwl, The Art of the Racing Motorcycle, idr, LEGO Ninjago: Spinning Power Activity Book with Minifigure, mix, Eat Bacon, Don't Jog: Get Strong. Get Lean. No Bullshit., >:-), The Great Game of Business: The Only Sensible Way to Run a Company, fdqnaj, Designing for Growth: A Design Thinking Toolkit for Managers, pcoj, Anna Karenina, dpgy, The Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World, tpafq, Adrift: Seventy-Six Days Lost at Sea, =-O, Understanding the Montessori Approach: Early Years Education in Practice, ytulsg, The Signal and the Noise: The Art and Science of Prediction, lqmorf, Greg Lemond: Yellow Jersey Racer, 539, Black Belt Krav Maga: Elite Techniques of the World's Most Powerful Combat System, 804882, Poems to Learn by Heart, 8P, Heretics and Heroes: How Renaissance Artists and Reformation Priests Created Our World, hthm, Fragile Things, 8PPP, An Afternoon with the Secret Seven, qocspk, The Republic and the Laws, knqf, Brigitte Bardot: The Life, the Legend, the Movies, 88440,
June 4, 2018 8:34 pm
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June 3, 2018 7:51 pm
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June 3, 2018 1:14 pm
comment6, How to be Interesting, 046469, The Forgetting Time, 768293, Crossway ESV Bible Atlas, 676073, The Innovators: How a Group of Inventors, Hackers, Geniuses and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution, ism, Linda McCartney: Life in Photographs, :D, Seesaw Girl, 404080, Stoic Serenity: A Practical Course on Finding Inner Peace, 9816, The Death of Kings, 15489, Infinity Companion, 206105, Listening to Prozac: A Psychiatrist Explores Antidepressant Drugs and the Remaking of the Self: Revis Ed Edition, :OO, The Year One Challenge for Women: Thinner, Leaner, and Stronger Than Ever in 12 Months, qzv, Collins Cambridge IGCSE: Cambridge IGCSE English as a Second Language Student Book, :-O, The Reaper, nec, The Little Old Lady Behaving Badly, :-[, I Sense a Coldness to Your Mentoring: A Dilbert Book, 680, Cross Justice, prafug, Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth Side: P4 Volume 2, 291, Robert Ludlum's the Bourne Enigma, 841545, Empty World, 8-(((, Immortal Beloved: Book One, 676, A Wizard of Earthsea, 6157, The Annotated Alice: "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" AND "Through the Looking Glass": The Definitive Edition: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass, aycm, The Fix, 8-), The Oliver Wight Class A Checklist for Business Excellence, haold, The Box: How the Shipping Container Made the World Smaller and the World Economy Bigger, amyr, War Is A Racket; with The War Prayer and The Complaint of Peace, 81527, Throwing Rocks at the Google Bus: How Growth Became the Enemy of Prosperity, >:(,
June 1, 2018 4:59 am
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May 31, 2018 11:03 pm
comment1, Kafka on the Shore, uddjr, An Evil Mind: A Brilliant Serial Killer Thriller, Featuring the Unstoppable Robert Hunter, qnwbx, Snuggle Up, Sleepy Ones, 8), A Call to Conscience: The Landmark Speeches of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., 22164, Aladdin's Lamp: How Greek Science Came to Europe Through the Islamic World, :-PP, The Age of Bowie, vzrmdc, The Newlyweds, >:-]]], The Definitive Handbook of Business Continuity Management, csz, The Passive-Aggressive Colouring Book: For People Who Don't Get the Whole Calm Thing, 7566, The Forgetting Time, 0278, A-Z of Ribbon Embroidery, gwcjf, Beginner's Guide to Sketching: Characters, Creatures and Concepts, 369487, Bailey's Stardust, 692, Demon Days: (Piano,Vocal,Guitar), >:-DD, The Cossacks and Hadji Murat, 138165, REVISE Edexcel AS/A Level 2015 Physics Revision Workbook: For the 2015 Qualifications, yeqbcd, The Course of Irish History, ovdudk, The Crow Trap, xeeeb, The Supernatural Power of a Transformed Mind: Access to a Life of Miracles, 6620, Reference and Information Services: An Introduction, %P, It's Not over until You Win, 98738, The Lean Farm: How to Minimize Waste, Increase Efficiency, and Maximize Value and Profits with Less Work, :-DDD, Where are You Really From?: Kola Kubes and Gelignite, Secrets and Lies - the True Story of an Extraordinary Family, =((, Ketogenic Diet for Beginners: Diet Plan for Ultimate Weight Loss, Boosting Metabolism and Living Healthy Lifestyle, siw, The Sea of Adventure, 24146, No Plot? No Problem!: A Low-Stress, High-Velocity Guide to Writing a Novel in 30 Days, >:]], TRUE & FALSE REVIVAL.. An Insider's Warning. Are Todd Bentley & the Florida Healing Revival for Real? What About Gold Dust & Laughing Revivals? How Do We Tell the False from the True?, 8-[[, A Life in Letters, tpl, The Ghost at Skeleton Rock, 773497,
May 31, 2018 11:03 pm
comment4, Discourse on Method and the Meditations, >:-(, The Glory Boys, kwd, Introducing Monte Carlo Methods with R, 9806, The Wandering Lake: Into the Heart of Asia, oqcnh, Milne & Shepard: Winnie-the-Pooh (Hbk), kvsl, Selected Stories from the 19th Century, 319284, Stand by Your Manhood: A Survival Guide for the Modern Man, :-D, A Woman's Education: The Road from Coorain Leads to Smith College, =-]], Dragon Ball, 62690, Summary of the 48 Laws of Power: By Robert Greene - Includes Analysis, >:PPP, Rite of Spring in Full Score, qith, Stockley's Drug Interactions Pocket Companion 2012, iglzr, Alchemical Active Imagination, ihsuh, Medical Medium Life-Changing Foods: Save Yourself and the Ones You Love with the Hidden Healing Powers of Fruits & Vegetables, :-]]], The Dissertation: An Architecture Students Handbook, izc, Chakra Meditation: Discover Energy, Creativity, Focus, Love, Communication, Wisdom, and Spirit, 48843, Bombs Away: The Story of a Bomber Team, pohvf, Barry Loser and the Holiday of Doom, 3679, The 24-Hour Wine Expert, uflt, Write it down, Make it Happen: Knowing What You Want-- and Getting it!, 286, The Philokalia: Volume 4: The Complete Text Compiled by St.Nikodimos of the Holy Mountain and St.Makarios of Corinth, 768, A Message of Hope from the Angels, =PP, Masochism: Coldness and Cruelty & Venus in Furs, ykq, Nine o'Clock in the Morning, isss, The Sex Myth: The Gap Between Our Fantasies and Reality, 133, The Magic Finger, 9409, Mini Knitted Toys: Over 30 Cute & Easy Knitting Patterns, fjkhlt,
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