Villas Luz de Luna
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Outdoor pool
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... as hold your f**kin horses, lady hand and rapido with regard to me drinking a mint tea to fix my stomach (which seemed to work on the day). A hilarious man who taught us that the difference between getting sick and not depends on whether the restaurant washes its fresh produce with bleach prior to serving. We made and gorged ourselves on: Guacamole Black mole with boiled chicken Beef and chorizo Enchiladas in tex-mex, Mexican and Oaxacan styles Salsas (red ...
... we thought about having a swim in the hotel pool, but it was pretty cold out so nobody bothered. Hey, I'm on vacation; laziness is basically a requirement. We had beers on the rooftop terrace and just relaxed.
Late afternoon, Courtney, Carolina and I wandered over to the Zocalo and got some hot chocolate and people-watch for a while. Late afternoon, the clouds in the sky darkened and it actually started to rain a bit. First rain of the trip so far. But we decided to ...
... to sugar and junk food (they're way ahead of America in diabetes rate), Oaxacans are quite fit and healthy.
The route getting here is a tough one - a few hundred kilometers through twisted, mountainous jungle. With rain starting to sprinkle through, it meant slow driving, so despite an early start, I didn't get in until late afternoon. It was good prep for the Amazon, I'm sure...and el Burro was telling me he needed to get his ...
... is a celebration of the Virgen de Guadalupe, who allegedly appeared on that day to one Juan Diego. Parents dress their children up like Indian princesses or like Juan Diego and take them to the Llano and photograph them on burros (real or fake). It's a great day for kiddy-watching. At the end of the photo display below (after the set from Chamula) are a bunch that I took at the most recent celebration of the Virgin. The kids are just too cute to resist.
... with people selling there goods from little stores they erect and take down every morning and night. Typical Mexican Zocalo has a cathedral & government building and then a big square with trees/seats etc. We then visited a number of different places not on the general tourist attraction list. From street art, to a neighborhood organic market, a small art gallery based around street art and the Zapatista movement, and art school set up by a ...