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Responsible Tourism Fair in Oaxaca, Mexico …

Responsible Tourism Fair in Oaxaca, Mexico
January 17-30, 2010
http://planeta.wikispaces.com/rtf2010

A group of friends in Oaxaca, Mexico are creating the Responsible Tourism Fair (January 17-30), our 10th event since 2001 and a veritable model of frugality and slow travel.

Visitors have a number of options, including weaver-guided walks in Teotitlán del Valle, photosafaris in public parks and authentic indigenous meals including Caldo de Piedra (Chinanteco), Maatsy (Mixe) and tamales (Zapotec-style). Self-guided treasure hunts asks foodies to try various cheeses, chocolates and mezcal. Photographers are invited to share photos in relevant Flickr Groups with prizes to be awarded at the end of the fair.

If you cannot attend in person, there are many ways to participate. We are inviting our amigos, buddies, friends and mates to create your own event during this time and share the news via Flickr, Twitter, YouTube and all of the cool toys and and tools of Web 2.0 <http: />

Details
http://planeta.wikispaces.com/rtf2010

Free poster
http://www.flickr.com/photos/planeta/4244576685

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  • 1. 2010 Responsible Tourism Fair Fecha Opciones Fecha Opciones Oaxaca, México Domingo Parque Llano, 830am-10am Domingo Estación del Ferrocarril 17 24 Lunes VideoNight, Comala, Lunes Noche Australiana 18 5pm-7pm 25 VideoNight, Comala, 5pm-7pm Martes Cheese/Mezcal Tasting, 6pm Martes 19 Bugambilias/La Olla 26 Miercoles Teotitlán del Valle, 10am Miercoles 20 Community Museum 27 Jueves Jueves Zaachila 21 28 Viernes Pochimilco Viernes Pochimilco 22 Eco Sign Contest, 11am 29 Eco Sign Contest, 11am Sabado Indigenous Tourism and Sabado Premios 23 Biodiversity Website Award 30 Awards
  • 2. How to participate (locals) Como participar (gente local) Things you can do … Print the calendar and promotional materials Share the news about the fair with friends and visitors Join us at specific events at a specific meeting point (punto de encuentro) Take your own photographs in a responsible manner Upload your photos to relevant Flickr groups Purchase folk art from local producers Purchase locally-grown food Reduce, reuse, recycle
  • 3. How to participate (visitors) Como participar (visitantes) Things you can do … Join us at specific events Take photographs in a responsible manner Upload your photos to relevant Flickr groups Purchase folk art from local producers Purchase locally produced food or meals made with locally produced food Reduce, reuse, recycle Walk as much as you can, use public transport
  • 4. Sharing Space in a Sacred Place Compartiendo Espacios en un Lugar Sagrado Places Oaxaca de Juárez Teotitlán del Valle Santa María del Tule San Francisco Lachigolo
  • 5. The Law of Two Feet La Ley de Dos Pies If  people  find  themselves  in   situa3ons  where  they  are  neither   learning  nor  contribu3ng,  they  are   responsible  for  moving  to  another   place  -­‐-­‐  using  their  two  feet  to  find   a  place  where  their  par3cipa3on  is   more  meaningful.  
  • 6. La Ley de Dos Pies The Law of Two Feet Si las personas se encuentran en situaciones donde no están ni aprendiendo ni contribuyendo con nada, ellos son responsables de moverse hacia otro sitio - usando sus dos pies para encontrar un lugar donde su participación sea mas significativa.
  • 7. You are what you eat. Eres lo que comes. Der Mensch ist, was er ißt.
  • 8. que rico mole! ı enmoladas @ comalaı
  • 9. comala restaurant
  • 10. eres lo que comes
  • 11. Simply Sumptuous Stone Soup! planeta.com!
  • 12. Join us for a free tasting of Oaxacan chocolate, part of the 2010 Responsible Tourism Fair. The fun begins Thursday, Jan 21 at 6pm at the Instituto Cultural Oaxaca Avenida Juárez #909
  • 13. Feb 24, 4pm Sabor de Chocolate y Comercio Justo Fair Trade and Chocolate Tasting Instituto Cultural Oaxaca, Avenida Juárez #909
  • 14. AYUUK  =  MIXE  
  • 15. na ca anun (mixteco)

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