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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and I thought they would make an ideal pub snack - though they might not be to everyone's taste... as well as great food Oaxaca was a pretty, quirky town and we enjoyed wandering the cobbled old streets and soaking up the cafe culture. We ended our Mexican odyssey in Mexico City slightly plumper than when we'd started. On to our final destination the U.S of A!!!!! Photos are here: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set =a.10155375084210722.1073741851.6914557 ...
... it seems like they don't want white people in their country, we get called racist for the smallest discrepancies back home and we are the most multicultural country there is, in Mexico you barely see other races other than Spanish getting around. I'm not saying its everyone, there are heaps of friendly, pleasant Mexicans who help us or smile at us, but there are also a lot of people who look at you like you don't belong there, or who stare at you, or ...
... multiplier effect. Consequently, we won’t be meeting as many fun strangers as on previous trips!
As this travelpod is effectively something for us to help remember our trip, I reckon at the end of each destination entry we will make a list of notable things that we recall that may eventually slip our minds. So here are the Df things for us to remember:
- The world’s largest flag (taking pride of place ...
... of coming with me. Friends are either married and unwilling/unable to go with me without their families. The single friends should be a shoe in but they never seem to have the cash or would just simply rather stay at home. So the question to me is would I rather stay at home vegetating on the sofa (certainly a fine possibility and one that I have enjoyed often) or see the world on my own. It ...
... was built to replace the Aztec temple (mayo) that stood their before the conquest. The Temple has now been partially excavated and gives an idea of just how big it was the height of the empire. Theres then a Aztec museum next to the temple which we also explored.The rest of the day was spent walking and shopping, but when our weary legs could take it no more, went went back to the hostel to find a power cut. We somehow managed to struggle through cooking and sat down for some more ...