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Travel Blogs from Oaxaca
... It is safe to say that Mexico has brought me hundreds of tears, but these have been outweighed with the thousands of memories i have made, the people i have met, the things i have witnessed and experienced, and most of all the person it has made me. It has taught me not to give up and to give everything a try because it will all turn out good in the end.
Thats all for now guys!
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... to begin. Celso was a great teacher, very patient and encouraging and also pretty friendly. The lesson for travelers that we were taking is based around things you need to say as a traveler so we worked on a lot of things like... I want... I need... I like. He would put examples up on the board and we would construct sentenced out of them and then the more we learnt the longer the sentences would be. It was pretty hard to use your brain and learn for ...
... for breakfast. The hostel was lovely…..such a
surprise. The owner was friendly and Rachel and I enjoyed chatting with many
other fellow travellers. It made me wish that the hostel I had booked in Puerto
Escondido would be the same. Unfortunately it wasn’t since it had no communal
areas and so I never actually met anyone else staying there!
Nonetheless I had a really
enjoyable few days relaxing on the beach and witnessing ...
So I have survived the three days of celebration of Dia de Los muertos. I am really glad I was in Oaxaca for the celebrations it certainly seems to be one of the best places to experience it. Wednesday night was Dia de niños, we visited the main cememtry on the it skirts of Oaxaca and then moved to a small town called Xo Xo (pronounced Ho Ho). Basically everyone goes I to the cemeteries with their family to sit round the graves of their loved ones. This was not the ...
... Micah well. He said he was already starting to like our new digs. Leah, on the other hand, had just seen a spider, about two feet across, as she described it. I’m not sure where spiders rank next to Leah’s other phobia, cockroaches, but the exact order really isn’t important. She found a can of Raid in a cupboard and went after the spider. My suspicion that the spray was not a local, organic variety of bug repellent was confirmed ...