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Living in San José Guelatová De Díaz, Mexico:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit San José Guelatová De Díaz, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked three people living in San José Guelatová De Díaz what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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During the soccer season, the televisions throughout the pueblo are watching soccer games. When the team everyone is hoping to win scores a goal, the streets are filled with enthusiastic screams and chants. Most restaurants are small, with at most four tables to seat people, but on game day, those four tables seem to fit more people than thought possible.

San José Guelatova is a small “pueblo” in Oaxaca, Mexico. It’s so small that natives of the city might not even know where the pueblo is located. Upon entering, the first thing most might notice if arriving during the night is the dirt road, and it’s not so well-lit path. Once the sun comes out in the morning, the pueblo becomes alive: small stores start to open up, the breadman begins ringing doorbells, and the rooster makes sure everyone is awake.

Andrea, says: 2020

Everyone is close in the pueblo. This also means that so many people are willing to help with any troubles that are encountered. The pueblo has a lively culture. The culture of the town can be seen through food and sports. Foods such as Mole Negro and Tlayudas are favorites. Imagine a huge crunchy tortilla with refried beans spread on top of it, cheese, pork, lettuce, and onions on top of it. That’s a Tlayuda, and it’s a traditional Oaxacan cuisine.

Marcos, says: 2020

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