As said before, I found myself in Oaxaca city to attend my two close friends’ wedding. Its always awesome to see two badasses promising they will be together until death (sounds a little creepy). The days leading to the big event were nothing short than grand. I was paired with an awesome crowd, I guess it sometimes pays to go single to weddings. The civil wedding took place in Casa Oaxaca and I’d be lying if I didn’t absolutely enjoy drinking those complimentary cucumber “Mezcalitos”; however, I won’t admit to having one too many of those that night.
BUT the wedding….. Until now the most artistic wedding I have been to. You could tell that Paloma’s artistic touch was everywhere. Ceremony took place in the beautiful church of Santo Domingo and the celebration was held in the botanical gardens of Oaxaca where we were surrounded by all types of Mexican cacti plants. Both the bride and groom looked stunning; the bride a little more (sorry Kyle).
The wedding ended (or more like we left) at 6:30 a.m. Needless to say that I was left exhausted. More than anything, there was a part of me that was a little scared and sad. I was set to embark to the coast of Oaxaca in the next days. A new place, a new beginning and the journey that I was needing to take… by myself.