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... where I ate every night! The upstairs bed was so hard, that I couldn't sleep on it. Fortunately, on the first floor was a day bed that was a little softer. It's good that I don't mind most bugs because there were lots of, various sized, ants and other creepy crawlies! I had to kill a few, which I really don't like doing! Oh, well, I won't be spending a lot of time here and 6 days will go by quickly!! And they did! And, I lived through it; am I stronger because of it? ...
... movement swept through the country. The streets of Oaxaca show evidence of that Spanish era. Oaxaca has some of the best remaining colonial architecture in the country. Beautiful and ornate churches and basilicas dot the town and wrought iron railings and grates ornament the windows. Oaxaca was once nicknamed the Emerald City because of the green cantera stone used in the major buildings. Cantera stone is unique to Mexico and Central America. It is ...
... a shower after the long bus ride. The hostel is super clean and our room is nice and modern with a big bathroom. The common room is nice and cosy and wifi is accessible every where. There is even a roof top terrace you can hang out at.
We take advantage of the blue skies and sunshine that has appeared and grab our Nikons to shoot the city. It is nice to be able to walk around in the sun after 4 days of rain. The first place we head to was the Jardin Etnobotanico, there ...
... the only one that went for a dip, but even then I didn’t last very long! Only had enough time (although that was enough time) so do that and walk round for a bit, before heading back to Oaxaca and getting some more coffee and chocolate covered food! Pretty much the whole of November was beer and memory loss, December had started almost entirely with illness… and coffee!
Spent the latter part of that night with some of Masha’s family as her cousin had just turned ...
... ad humanly possible in a taxi and heading to the cemetery to drink mescal with the locals and celebrate the lives that have passed in the most amazing ways, mariachi and banda bands moving all over the graves and playing for families who had decorated their loved ones in flowers that only bloom this time of year, bright oranges, pinks and yellows with candles and tributes. Day of the dead is not just one day but a succession of parades of children teenagers and ...