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Travel Blogs from Oaxaca
... paralysis because none of us bought very much. It was just about the experience of looking. Well, except chocolate: Oaxaca is famous for it, so of course I had to sample and purchase some. It's delicious here, dark, rich chocolate gently spiced with chili. Yum.
A few things I noticed about Oaxaca on Christmas Eve: One, there are police everywhere -- like, hundreds of them. Some directing traffic with loud whistles, others just standing around looking bored, getting ready ...
... to racquetball) with a ball that could be up to 4kg. It used to be part of their rituals and would be a life or death game! Ruined out by then, we headed to the Hieve El Agua (Spanish for water boils and also known as petrified waterfalls) is a natural set of rock formations formed by fresh water springs with an excess of calcium carbonate. Next to it was an infinity with a beautiful view of the ...
Young love is alive and well in Oaxaca.
You see it everywhere you go, but especially in the city's many lovely parks -- the Zócalo, the Alameda, the Llano, Conzatti, and the rest -- couples entwined on benches or walls, in corners secluded and not-so-secluded.
For all their passion, they're really very discreet. They hug and kiss, but there's nothing that would ...
... is much greener than I had expected.
The hostel room was a bit stuffy at first and we went out in the evening to look at 3 other hotels/hostels, but in fact we slept well and our original choice has good internet and an OK breakfast so we stayed put. At breakfast we met a couple of lads from Gemany who ...
... legs made 90 degree angle, his left foot was 2 cm longer than his right. The guy then put a pad behind his back and one on his neck and got him to sit up straight. 5 minutes later it was all fixed. From what I could tell the guy was saying to the boy he was all off balance and muscles twisted etc. very cool to watch. By then it was time to board the bus. I lined up next to the two tourists. Intruding Celeste & Alana sisters from Mount Barker. Small world. Tell me about it. I found ...
Other places to stay in Oaxaca
Av. Hidalgo no. 405,Centro, Oaxaca | Hotelfrom $24
Independencia # 304, Oaxaca | Hotelfrom $70
Ninos Heroes 115, Oaxaca | Hotelfrom $90
Iturbide No 213-A, Oaxaca | Hotelfrom $73
Garcia Vigil 703, Oaxaca | 4 star hotelfrom $168