Postcard from Oaxaca, Mexico: ‘I’ve a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore.’

Artistic philosophers tend to view the walls of Oaxaca as open invitations for expressing their political views or reflections on the cycles of life, so walks are never dull.

As my street art file is overflowing, thought it was time to share a first installment.

The one positive outcome of POTUS’ proposed wall is that the southern side immediately would be transformed into the world’s longest linear art gallery. Not sure el presidente would appreciate being the focal point of the biting political satire that would be directed his way.

Postcard from Guanajuato, Mexico: Parting shots

Hope the abundance of postcards from Guanajuato has not worn out your patience. Promise this is the last batch from our stay….

And the song most requested of the mariachi groups trolling for customers on the patios surrounding Jardin de la Union? Here are two different versions, one sung by Pedro Infante and one by Los Luzeros de Rioverde: