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Travel Blogs from Oaxaca
... incredible. No pews or anything, just grass on the marble floor and just hundreds upon hundreds of candles. That night i headed to Oaxaca with Alice and Owen, on the over night bus.
Oaxaca has a lot to offer. Again we explored the town and hundreds of markets they have to offer. Booked onto a tour where we visited the widest tree in the world, the famous weaving village with AMAZING rugs, the water springs high in the mountains with the ...
... the area I had a feeling google maps had ****** us again, NEVER TRUST GOOGLE MAPS!!! They are ****. We ended up in a street Pino Juerez but not in the city, instead in the poor part of town. Once we walked the full street and we were 100% sure it was not the spot we walked back across the bridge and got a taxi, what we should have done in the first place. We made it to the right spot just on 1.15. Rogelio was there waiting in his nice 4WD ready to go, we ...
... around in my rucksack for my socks and trainers. I also resorted to
buying a fleecy blanket to use on the bus as it gets pretty chilly overnight.
Once again all went according to plan and this time the bus arrived in Oaxaca
on time at 6am. However, I decided that was a little early to turn up at the
hostel to meet Rachel, so I used the time to book my ticket back to Mexico City
from Puerto Escondido. I had already decided that I had done ...
We decide to go out to a small village called Zaachila after watching
some rubbish student dances around crumbling sandsculptures in Oaxaca,
to find Zaachilas artwork is much better. We wander the cemetary with a
Michelada (beer with salt and lime) and ge chatting to a ...
... two bedrooms and two bathrooms. But, it wasn’t home. Micah let us know that. In his sleep deprived state, he started to cry. He said, “something doesn’t feel right inside of me.” Zola, unphazed, comforted him. Soon thereafter, Leah unpacked their bags, I read them bedtime stories, and they were both asleep in no time.
Leah and I agreed that this did not yet feel like home. The bed didn’t feel like ours. We ...
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